Champassak

Champassak

Host to a variety of sights and attractions, Champasak province in Laos is an unforgettable destination for any traveller. Known for its natural beauty and historical offerings, the southern Laotian province provides a welcome and peaceful relief from the more bustling urban centers of Southeast Asia, while at the same time offering a host of fascinating sites and appealing natural attractions. The province is also home to the ancient ruins of Wat Phu, a dramatic Khmer style temple well known for its archeological importance.
Pakse

Pakse

At the confluence of the Mekong and Xe Don rivers, Pakse is the capital of Champasak province and regarded as the far south's biggest town in Laos. Pakse is synonymous with Wat Phou like Siem reap and Angkor Wat. If you plan to go to the Bolaven Plateau or Si Phan Don you will probably have to spend some time here.

Don Khong (Khong Island)

Don Khong (Khong Island)

Khong Island or Don Khong is the largest island in the Si Phan Don area, southern Laos. Out of all the 4,000 islands comprising Si Phan Don, Khong Island or Don Khong is the largest, the mother of pearl this south of the Mekong River and the granddaddy of them all. Measuring 18 kilometers (11 miles) long by 8 kilometers (5 miles) at its widest, it...

Bolaven Plateau & Tad Fane Waterfall

Bolaven Plateau & Tad Fane Waterfall

The Bolaven Plateau was formed by an ancient volcano in Southern Laos and is one of the most scenic spots in the region, full of beautiful landscapes made up of forests, rivers and waterfalls. At an altitude of over 1,000 metres the scenery is very different than that experienced through the bulk of the country and even in the hottest time of the...

4000 Islands

4000 Islands

Known also as ‘Si Phan Don’, the Four Thousand group of small islands are dotted across the Mekong. The southern islands of Don Dhet and Don Khong are the two most visited as the remaining majority stay wild and uninhabited, largely due to their minute size. Both islands are situated close to the Cambodian border and as such provided a...

Wat Phou Champasak

Wat Phou Champasak

The ancient Khmer religious complex of Wat Phu is one of the highlights of any trip to Laos. Stretching 1400 m up to the lower slopes of the Phu Pasak range (also known more colloquially as Phu Khuai or Mt Penis), Wat Phu is small compared with the monumental Angkor-era sites near Siem Reap in Cambodia. But the tumbledown pavilions, ornate...

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