Visit Vang Vieng

Just like an idyllic scene from an old Asian painting, Vang Vieng is Laos’ small town in Vientiane Province surrounded by picturesque, serene mountain ranges and endless flows of Nam Song River.

Nam Song River

Nam Song River

The Nam Song River is a small river flowing through the town of Vang Vieng. Anyone who has traveled around South East Asia must have heard about the infamous tubing on the Nam Song River, an activity that long-dominated the town... Read more...

Nam Song River

Tham Phu Kham (Also Known As Blue Lagoon)

Tham Phu Kham (Also Known As Blue Lagoon)

Unlike Tham Sang Cave, Tham Phu Kham is a vast and sacred cave. It is 7 km west from town, easily accessible by mountain bike or motorbike. The opening hours for visitors to come is from 8AM to 6PM. Past the entrance is the first... Read more...

Tham Phu Kham (Also Known As Blue Lagoon)

Tham Sang Cave (Also Known As Elephant Cave)

Tham Sang Cave (Also Known As Elephant Cave)

The Elephant Cave also belongs to the famous group of Tham Sang triangle. It is named after an elephant-form stalactite and its fossils of wild elephants found inside the cave. Tham Sang’s most significant feature is the small... Read more...

Tham Sang Cave (Also Known As Elephant Cave)

Tham Hoi Cave (Also Known As Snail Cave)

Tham Hoi Cave (Also Known As Snail Cave)

Tham Hoi Cave is one of the four caves in the group Tham Sang Triangle. It would be a perfect place for adventurer because Tham Hoi is completely dark once visitors enter from the entrance. The cave’s special name is originated... Read more...

Tham Hoi Cave (Also Known As Snail Cave)

Tham Chang Cave

Tham Chang Cave

Located in Meuang Xong Village, Tham Chang Cave is considered as the top destination to visit around Vang Vieng. The cave’s name means “unable to move” because of its freezing cold water and thanks to the fresh air, this is... Read more...

Tham Chang Cave

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