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4D3N HIDDEN CHARM OF VIENTIANE

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President Palace, Vientiane

 

ITINERARY:

DAY 1 (D)

VIENTIANE | ARRIVAL

Upon arrival in Vientiane Airport. Meet and Greet session at the Airport. Then, transfer to the Hotel. After Hotel check in, we start our half day city tour: visiting Wat Sisaket Sisaket ( the house of thousand BUddha images), Wat Prakeo (the original home of the emerald Buddha), That Luang Stupa (the stupa that kept the relic of Lord Buddha), Patouxi (Vientiane arc de Triumph). Then, we explore Central Markets of Talad Sao before heading to the Mekong Riverbank to enjoy sunset over the Mekong River, then, transfer back to our Hotel. Overnight at Hotel in Vientiane.

DAY 2 (B / L / D)

VIENTIANE | VANG VIENG

Depart for Vang Vieng. Along the way we visit the busy and colourful market of 52 km where various tribes come to trade their goods and buy provisions and nearby Hmong Village. The next stop is Vang Xang, famous for the archaeological site dating back 11th century.Upon arrival Vang Vieng, we check in Hotel. Then, start city tours of this hill town and proceed to visit famous cave of Tham Jang Jang that was once used by local people as a hideout from Chinese invaders. Overnight at Hotel in Vang Vieng.

DAY 3 (B / PICNIC LUNCH /D)

VANG VIENG | VIENTIANE

Transfer to the Khmu Village of Vieng Samay for our half day light kayaking. After briefing on safety, the Nam Song offered various small but fun rapids on the way to the first stop at the cave of Tham Nam Thaem. This cave cuts straight through mountain, you will emerge on the other side of the range for some panoramic views of the Nam Kouang Valley. A trek back over a small pass leads up to a Lao style picnic lunch on the riverbank. The next paddle stop is at the Organic Farm, where mulberry tea and a variety of fruit wines are produced. The Tham Noc Cave lies further downstream. Then, transfer back to Vientiane. Overnight at Hotel in Vientiane.

DAY 4 (B)

VIENTIANE | DEPARTURE

Hotel breakfast. Free at leisure until time for pick up for transfer to the Airport for flight Home.

END OF TOURS

 

PRICE PER PERSON IN MYR (GROUND ARRANGEMENT ONLY)

Hotel Name

& Class

Websites

No. of people & Price

Single 

Sup

2

3 – 4 

5 – 6 

7 – 8

9 - 10

11 – 12 

13 – 14

15

& above

Laos Orchid 3*

Khampian 3*

www.lao-orchid.com

www.khampianehhotel.com

1430

1230

1180

1120

1070

1050

995

960

320

Don Chan Palace 4*

Vientiane Plaza 4*

www.donchanpalacelaoprd.com

www.vientaineplazalao.com

1750

1550

1490

1440

1390

1350

1330

1280

624

Laos Plaza 5*

Settha Palace 5*

www.laoplazahotel.com

www.setthapalace.com

2190

1950

1920

1870

1820

1790

1750

1710

1056

Note: In case the hotels recommended in the package are fully booked, we will suggest similar hotels as substitute  

 

INCLUDED:

 

  • Accommodation base on twin/double sharing room with Daily Breakfast
  • Private tours with English speaking guide for the entire trip except leisure time
  • A/C private transportation & All transfers
  • Entrance fee to any applicable tourist sites
  • Cold water and towel during the trip
  • Halal Meals as indicated

 

EXCLUDED:

 

  • Visa stamps upon arrival of USD30 - USD40 /person (Depend on Nationality)
  • Meals not indicated 
  • Tips & gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Laundry
  • Other not stated above
  • Travel insurance
  • AIR FLIGHT INTERNATIONAL / DOMESTIC
  • Airport Tax, Excess baggage, Porter fee and related

  

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Wat Sisaket: is one of the most important Temples in Laos and known as the only Temple that survived the Siamese occupation that destroyed Vientiane in 182. It was restored in 1924 and subsequently in 1930. The architecture of the Temple has some Siamese influence but is mostly based on Laos design. At all, the Temple contains more than 5000 Buddha statues in various sizes and postures,
  • Wat Hor Prakeo: was used as the Royal Chapel of the Lao Monarchy, but more importantly, it was built to house Emerald Buddha,
  • That Luang Stupa: is a gold covered large Buddha Stupa in the center of Vientiane, Laos. Since its initial establishment, suggested to be in the 3rd century, the stupa has undergone several reconstructions and the most recent in 1930s due to foreign invasions of the area. It is generally regarded as the most important National Monument in Laos and a National important,
  • Patuxay: is well known as Vientiane's own Arc de Triumph, a war monument dedicated to those who fought for the independence from France, located at the end of Lang Xang Avenue, in the heart of Vientiane,
  • Vang Vieng: is nestled on a bend of the Nam Song River. The small and tranquil village of Vang Vieng is rapidly developing with the advent of tourist influx, but the beautiful scenery with a mixture of quiet water and limestone outcrops unchanged for centuries,
  • The Tham Non Cave: one of the biggest caves in Vang Vieng; it served as a rescue shelter for the villagers during the Second Indochina War. Today, it is home to a bat colony and the Magic Stone of Vang Vieng

 

 NOTE: Please refer to General Terms and Conditions of Tours

 

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