Return to Pakse
Breakfast is served in the morning, before you disembark for your return to Pakse by bus. (No flights earlier than 11:30 from Pakse or 14:30 from Ubon Ratchathani will be reached. If you plan an earlier flight, we’ll be happy to arrange an extra hotel night in Pakse to your itinerary to leave the next morning.)* (B/-/-)
Fly Pakse to Vientiane
Standing on the banks of the Mekong River, the charming city of Vientiane is the capital of Laos. Blending classic Buddhist serenity with a soupçon of French flavour, Vientiane is a small, laid-back city packed with things to see and do.
Visit the That Luang Stupa built in 1566, the most impressive Stupa in Vientiane, which has a central stone structure over 30m high and the Anousavari Monument dedicated to those who died before the revolution. It is in fact incomplete but has a wonderfully detailed painted ceiling. Visit Wat Sisaket, the oldest wat which has a number of unique features including the cloister, the frescoes inside the Sim and an estimated 6,840 images of Buddha. Wat Phra Keo, the former temple of the Lao monarchy, has been converted into a museum showing the history of the Lao Buddhists through the years and stand next to the well manicured gardens of the former Presidential Palace. The main market is worth a visit as is a walk along the riverbank.
You will be staying at Green Park, Bed & Breakfast