d Rose 1 Inn

Pangkham Road, Sisaketh Village, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vientiane

Laos Visa Run

A travel blog entry by lindsaypurdon


As mentioned in my previous post, if you want a working visa in Thailand, you have to do a visa run. The cheapest way to do this is to head to Laos...

The story below is the one I wrote right after we got back from the trip...

We departed Chiang Mai bus station at 8pm on Sunday night with a massive pile of paperwork from my school. Tickets for the VIP bus cost 613 baht (about $16). We'd heard terrible stories about these buses from teachers at my school ...

Wat Si Saket

A travel blog entry by kriso80

... ornate five-tiered roof, a drum tower, a small library building with a Burmese-style roof and the flowered ceiling of the ordination hall. Located opposite the Presidential Palace, the temple was built by Chao Anuvong, the last king of the Lan Xang Kingdom in early Bangkok-style architecture mixed with its own unique style. It survived the Siamese-Lao war of 1828 and has become the oldest ...

The Vertical Runway (Laos)

A travel blog entry by usatexan


... about the way I travel is that I can change my plans to suit my mood or needs at the time. I liked Luang Prabang, Laos. I had a lot of fun with my new friends Thomas and Tadeo. They each went their separate ways a few days ago. The hostel here put up a Christmas tree for us westerners. They are mainly Buddhist and Christmas is not one of their holidays, but the hostel decorates for us. I was sitting in the lobby the day they dug the artificial tree out of storage. The Laoations ...

Wild Nights in Laos

A travel blog entry by orangesky_


... a selfie or two) with Steph's phone. I am clearly going through camera withdrawal. That was just the afternoon. The evening consisted of me buying copious amounts of cocktails simply to get free bar shirts (no regrets there) and eating strange foods like the poutine that tasted like alphaghetti and a pepper so hot I begged the bartender for a bottle of water and chugged it in two seconds flat. Needless to say the next morning I was not feeling so hot as I boarded the ...

Beer Lao.... FINISH!

A travel blog entry by vegantravellers


... off (which it won't), they've got you covered.
We visited a stall that sold various combinations of cendol. This is a carrier bag full of coconut milk with different jelly rice noodles and beans. It looks weird drinking from a carrier bag with a straw but so far, of the many types we have tried, they all all delicious.
It was just approaching sunset when a fireworks display was due to start behind the stupa, that we decided our day had been long enough and maybe ...


This hotel, located on Pangkham Road, Sisaketh Village, Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Presidential Palace, Sisaket Temple & Museum, and Vat Phou Temple.
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