Suksavanh River Hotel

Address: Fa Ngum Rd (River Side), Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Fa Ngum Rd (River Side), Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Sisaket Temple & Museum, Presidential Palace, and Vat Phou Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Vientiane

Day 13 & 14

A travel blog entry by rileyandmolly on Oct 26, 2014

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... in the 35 degree heat looking for an ATM (lesson learnt). Once we finished up at the restaurant we headed of to one of very few tourist attractions in Vientiane, a war museum. The war museum is called COPE and is an initiative of an organisation that provides prosthetic limbs to those affected by the Vietnam war. The museum was such an eye opener because it touched on an issue that isn't really thought about post war. Because of the extensive bombing of Vietnam ...

Vientiane

A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Sep 04, 2014

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... and the efforts being taken to safety remove them. The day was incredibly powerful and I left feeling great sympathy for the Loation people who have been left with the horrible after effects of war without really being involved in the first place. In The evening we headed to a rooftop bar to enjoy the sunset over the Mekong as well as a observing a very energetic aerobics class before wondering through the huge evening markets. On Saturday Matt was still feeling unwell but getting ...

Some fears, tears and everything in between

A travel blog entry by darlingandres on Jun 27, 2014

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... us foreigners patiently waited our turn in the lines. At this point and as we cross to the Laos border to collect our visa stamp we have not seen our bus. We were worried but we figured it would be somewhere close by. As we were waiting to get our passports back from processing, we saw two tour buses and one of which looked like ours move ahead. We didn't know how far it went and so us along with the girls started to walk in the heat forward ...

Please Don't Rush

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Jun 24, 2014

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... a farmer or teacher. Needless to say many are killed are wounded during this process but apparently the risks out way the money. a very sad state of affairs and of course there is no contribution from the USA to clean up this mess.

At Night Luang Prabang comes alive. The main street is closed off to traffic and it becomes a bustling night market. There are a few local items but as in all Asian markets it is the same stalls selling the same items that are ...

Vietnam Part 2 and Laos

A travel blog entry by jamesdebra on Jun 12, 2014

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... pools. The water was amazing, and there were little fish swimming around that were nibbling the dead skin off our feet if we stayed n one place for too long.

The 31st was spent chilling out. Chilling out seemed to be the thing to do in Laos. And to be honest James and I aren’t very good at it. We spent the day in a combination of restaurants and our hotel room, and did a little walking around the town.

On the 1st ...