Pakse is the second most populous city in the country, and many people come through here to visit other famous spots like the Bolaven Plateau and the Si Phan Don Islands. As this is a riverside town, you can spend time watching the river and strolling along the waterfront promenade. You will also be delighted by French colonial architecture, the colorful markets, the stunning temples and the delicious street food stands that serve fresh local Laotian fare. Wat Phabad Phabat features colourful stupas that serve as funerary monuments. Locals believe Buddha left his footprint on the temple grounds, which attracts devotees from all over the world.
Historic temples, tropical jungles, rich cuisine, and beautiful scenery, all in one trip along Laos!. Enjoy stays in Luang Prabang, (known for its many Buddhist temples and monasteries ); after that, Van Vieng (with pristine landscape of limestone cliffs and paddy fields. To Tubing down the Nam Song River is one of the famous water sports, as well as other outdoors activities). Continue to Laos capital city; Vientiane (with french colonial architecture; home of the That Luang: gold-covered large Buddhist stupa - symbol of Laos and an icon of Buddhism in the country); and after that, visit Pakse (the major transport and commerce hub for southern Laos. It is known for its highlands and plateaus, waterfalls, temple ruins, Mekong Islands, relaxed ways and its sense of timelessness). Get back to Vientiane, to finish enjoying what the city has to offer. A flight and combined transfers connect these destinations. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.