Pakse

What is Pakse known for?


big white

and 5.30 pm, permitting you to reach the evening train or flight from Ubon Rachanthani. The package costs USS$ 725 from Oct to Apr, US$ 615 in Jul Aug and US$ 580 in May and Sep (2015). *


good location

at the Mekong Bridge, 500 m down the road next to a school phone +856 31 26034550 tollfree fax hours price checkin checkout content Good location, on the banks of the Mekong River. Stunning views from the outdoor pool. Great if you feel like a bit of a splurge. They also offer cheaper rooms for USD35, but the deluxe rooms are worth the money. *


beautiful view

Wi-Fi. Coffee is local and good. They have no qualms about your staying for a few hours; after a while may give you free tea. *


dark+local

. Western, Asian and fusion dishes. Not cheap, but the view makes up for it, and probably the best pizza and Western dishes in town. *


beautiful+temple

fax hours price content The biggest and most beautiful temple of Pakse, and home of Buddhist monk school. This is also the best place to see the monk alms giving rituals often seen in Luang Prabang. * Do There's not much to do


rachanthani

and 5.30 pm, permitting you to reach the evening train or flight from Ubon Rachanthani. The package costs USS$ 725 from Oct to Apr, US$ 615 in Jul Aug and US$ 580 in May and Sep (2015). *


beautiful green

The most beautiful green rice fields of Pakse, a former French army camp, and is home to the oldest market of Pakse. * *


good service


beautiful place

that details these including Tad Fane, Tad Champee, Tad Ueang, and Tad Pha Suam. Admission tends to be the same at every place, 5,000 kip per person, 3,000 kip for the bike. Tad Sae waterfall is off of Rte 13 at a fairly large T-junction with a bunch of fruit sellers lining the road. Not as large as some of the others, it nonetheless offers a beautiful place to stop and eat or hang out for a while. Note, if you search for Tad Sae on the Internet you will be directed to the one near Luang Prabang


largest temple

fax hours price content The biggest and most beautiful temple of Pakse, and home of Buddhist monk school. This is also the best place to see the monk alms giving rituals often seen in Luang Prabang. * Do There's not much to do

Pakse

'''Pakse''' or '''Pakxe''' (French (French language) '''Paksé'''; Laotian (Laotian language) ປາກເຊ It also served as the capital of the Kingdom of Champasak until it was unified with the rest of Laos in 1946.

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