Villa Phathana

Address: 21 Ounheuane Road, Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Villa
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This villa is located on 21 Ounheuane Road, Luang Prabang.
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      Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

      Bowling down the Mekong!!!!!

      A travel blog entry by angusliston on Feb 03, 2015

      11 photos

      ... Rai but after speaking to a few people and reading up on it the mass verdict seemed to be just give it a miss - so we did!

      We got to Chiang Khong around 10pm and as per our first mission was to find somewhere to stay and luckily enough we stumbled upon a really nice American guy who owned a hostel we had read about from my travelling bible. So we managed to get a dorm room there and stayed for 2 nights. The rooms and hostel themselves where ideal however the first night i ...

      The misty Mekong

      A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 20, 2015

      30 photos

      ... sights the sun had burnt through the mist and it was getting toasty so we decided to head out to the craft centre for a juice by the Mekong and then further afield into the countryside. After several miles frankly we were getting numb bums - the suspension on the bikes is non existent and the roads have plenty of obstacles, ruts and bumps to shatter anyone's resolve. We decided to head back and check out Utopia where yoga classes are held in the morning even ...


      A travel blog entry by timelaine on Jan 14, 2015

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... the royal family resided for centuries. The town was filled with Buddhist temples and old French colonial buildings. Some of the temples were built in the fourteenth century. They had traditional markets and cool bars and restaurants catering to tourist from all over the world. We continued hanging out with our boat friends. On the last morning we got up at 5:00 AM to see the Monks walk ...

      Luang Prabang

      A travel blog entry by davetrez007 on Nov 27, 2014

      7 photos

      After some much needed rest, we head on out to look for somewhere decent to stay for the next few nights. I read about Pakam Guesthouse in the lonely planet which is near by, and we manage to get a room for 160,000 Kip per night between us (about £4.25 each) for 3 nights. The coffee shops here are amazing and so is the coffee. Great breakfast gives us the kick up the backside to go for a wander. This place is literally amazing. Laos has a ...

      Day 14 - Luang Prabang to Bankok

      A travel blog entry by lindadleahy on Nov 14, 2014

      19 photos

      ... explained to me that of the many working elephants in the area, this dozen large mammals are among the lucky ones. When the country opened up to tourists, this herd was working in the forests hauling teak timbers six hours per day. As the elephant handler said, they work only two to three hours with the tourists and we are much lighter than a teak log! My first experience was a ride around the compound on Tunsi (best approximation, as I kept being ...