Pat Thai Shop
Kuson Ratchadagon Street
Standing high on the road in front of Phra That Phanom is an arch that symbolically connects the tâht to the Mekong River. The block...
The museum near the Wat Phra That Phanom tells the history of the tâht and also displays a hodgepodge collection of pottery, gongs, US...
Thai-Lao Open-Border Market
Hundreds of Lao cross the river to shop and sell at this biweekly market. It's mostly the same tat found in other Thai markets, but a...
The welcoming husband-and-wife team, casual setting and quality beans conspire to make this the top spot in town for a cup of joe.
Every evening a night market takes over Th Robbung. It has a good variety of food, but few places to sit.
Lonely Planet review
This hole-in-the-wall spins out just a few simple stir-fries like râht nâh (noodles in gravy) or pàt prík bai gà prow (spicy stir-fry with basil leaves), and frankly they’re nothing special, but unlike many similar places, the menu is in English. And the cooks are used to vegetarians.