Attractions

Cave in Vang Vieng

Tham Nam

Tham Nam is the highlight of the cluster of caves near Vang Vieng. The cave is about 500m long and a tributary of the Nam Song flows out of its low entrance. It's about 400m south of Tham Hoi, along a well-used path…
Cave in Vang Vieng

Tham Phu Kham

The vast Tham Phu Kham is considered sacred by Lao and is popular largely due to the lagoon in the cave. The beautiful green-blue waters are perfect for a dip after the stiff climb. The main cave chamber contains a …
Cave in Vang Vieng

Tham Hoi

The entrance to Tham Ho is guarded by a large Buddha figure; reportedly the cave continues about 3km into the limestone and an underground lake. The combined entry fee covers all the caves in the Tham Sang area.It's…
Cave in Vang Vieng

Tham Loup

Tham Loup is a large and delightfully untouched cavern with some impressive stalactites. The combined entry fee covers all the caves in the Tham Sang area.The entrances to the cave are reached from Tham Sang via a s…
Cave in Vang Vieng

Tham Jang

The most famous of the caves around Vang Vieng, Tham Jang was used as a bunker to defend against marauding jęen hór (Yunnanese Chinese) in the early 19th century (jąng means ‘steadfast’). Stairs lead up to the main …
Cave in Vang Vieng

Tham Sang

Tham Sang is a small cavern containing a few Buddha images and a Buddha ‘footprint’, plus the (vaguely) elephant-shaped stalactite that gives the cave its name. It’s best visited in the morning when light enters the…
Buddhist Temple in Vang Vieng

Wat Si Vieng Song

Located at the northern end of town, Wat Si Vieng Song is an active Buddhist temple.
Buddhist Temple in Vang Vieng

Wat Si Suman

One of a handful of traditional Buddhist temples in Vang Vieng.
Buddhist Temple in Vang Vieng

Wat Kang

A traditional Buddhist temple in Vang Vieng.