Pakse full day city Tours with lunch

Day Trips & Excursions in Laos

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Pakse town is located in Southern of laos, There is many interesting and do when you visit this town, Pakse is old town from indochina war and old French Colonial Buildings. In this city tour you’ll discover old French Colonial Buildings, a Vietnamese quarter, Buddhist and Chinese temples and an old Catholic church. You can visit the bustling morning market (Daoheuang market) and the Champasak Provincial Historic Museum and end your tour at a cafe and enjoy a freshly brewed Bolaven Coffee or Lao tea or go to the rooftop restaurant to see the sunset while having a refreshing Beer Lao. Alternatively enjoy sunset at Wat Sopse.
In this city tour you’ll discover old French Colonial Buildings, a Vietnamese quarter, Buddhist and Chinese temples and an old Catholic church. You can visit the bustling morning market (Daoheuang market) and the Champasak Provincial Historic Museum and end your tour at a cafe and enjoy a freshly brewed Bolaven Coffee or Lao tea or go to the rooftop restaurant to see the sunset while having a refreshing Beer Lao. Alternatively enjoy sunset at Wat Sopse.A little further along, near the Russian bridge, you can appreciate the view of the historic Champasak Palace Hotel. Continue on Road 13 to enter the Vietnamese quarter at the next junction on your left, and turn right at next crossroad. Continue to pass the old Catholic Church and the hospital and turn to the right into the market area, where you will find the Champasak Plaza, a shopping centre. Continue to ride past the Pakse Hotel and go straight on at the junction. Turn left back into Road 13 and go on towards the Vietnamese Consulate You can take the second small road on the right or turn left at the same intersection to go back to Wat Luang (right, then left before the bridge) and continue to the Sisouk Coffee shop or to the Pakse Hotel where you can have a Beer Lao at the rooftop restaurant Le Panorama and enjoy the beautiful 360° view over the city (opening hours: daily from 4:30pm). Since the reopening of the French Brigde (2016), a short extra-loop over this bride, there turn left and 500 m along Sedone-River to have a visit at Wat Sopse at the river mouth is well worth to do, if the time budget allows it.08:00 Pick up at your hotel          discover old French Colonial Buildings           a Vietnamese quarter          Buddhist and Chinese temples and an old Catholic church          morning market (Daoheuang market)          lunch          Historic Museum          French Bridge          freshly brewed Bolaven Coffee or Lao tea Wat Sopse at the river mouth

What’s included

  • Transfer
  • Bottled water
  • Lunch
  • English Speaking guide

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Other services not mentioned above.
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