Pakse, or Pakxe (French: Paksé; Laotian: ປາກເຊ [pȁːk séː] "mouth of the river"; Thai: ปากเซ), is the capital and most populous city of the southern Laotian province of Champasak, making it the second most populous city in Laos. Located at the confluence of the Xe Don and Mekong Rivers, it has a population of about 88,000. It also served as the capital of the Kingdom of Champasak until it was unified with the rest of Laos in 1946.
Restaurants in Pakse
5.0 based on 62 reviews
Do you enjoy Asian cuisine ? Ms. Ngoc's cooking class will show you how to prepare and cook tasty Lao food , Vietnamese , Thai & Vegetarian cuisine . Time : in the morning at 9:00 to 12:00 or in the afternoon 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm After cook then enjoy your food :-) Location : Xuanmai Garden Resort km 5 . from the center 5 km . Pakse ,Laos The price is include transfer . ( In Pakse center ) Get souvenir for your home :-) Xuanmai Garden Resort is peaceful place to relax . Guest can enjoy the meal at the on site Restaurant . Breakfast include the room rate . Xuanmai Garden Resort service Booking bus ticket , Air ticket & Tour .
We were staying at xuanmai guest house so decided to try the cooking class. Ms Ngoc was very flexible and we chose an afternoon when we were free. We chose to cook 2 dishes (price 30, 000Kip for the two of us. More for more dishes) We cooked caramelised fish (Vietnamese) and sea food Pat Thai. We prepared them ourselves under supervision with excellent instructions from Ms Ngoc. We now plan to cook the food for our friends when we return from holiday and she promised we could message her with any questions. Highly recommend
4.5 based on 266 reviews
There is not a lot to do or see in Pakse town but a must do is the golden Buddha. Great views of Pakse and the Mekong. I drove up but if you are feeling energetic you can flex your muscles and walk up the steps. You also get to cross the Mekong
4.5 based on 63 reviews
My wife and myself are currently holidaying in Pakse staying at the Pakse Hotel (Review to follow) and - on asking where was the best place to go for a massage - we were literally directly across the street to Dok Champha Massage. We duly did so and booked afternoon appointments for which we were most grateful as on our return the place was not only fully booked but actually turned away half a dozen or so clients whilst we were having our one hour foot/leg messages which at Kip70,000 (US$7 approx) was excellent value for money. As for the massages themselves, they were both very good - so good in fact we have booked repeat ones for tomorrow! We would certainly recommend Dok Champa to others and - based on experience - they won’t be disappointed!!
4.5 based on 185 reviews
Sabaide ^___^ We do not have any contact with any hotel or guesthouse for providing the bike ! Please come to our office and get more information with us ^___^ We are not renting the bike for 24 hours, But you can return the bike before 8 AM of the next day morning without charge ^___^
My wife and I recently rented a scooter from Miss Noy's for 3 days to visit the Bolaven plateau. Excellent service from Yves started months before with fast responses to the reservation and follow up questions. The information session provided by Yves the night before was both very informative and funny. We were given their new pink Mickey Mouse scooter, which resulted in more humorous interactions with the local Lao people over the 3 day trip. The bike worked fine with no hassles whatsoever. Upon our return Yves booked our onward tuk tuk transportation to our hotel in the next town. I thought I paid Yves for just the scooter rental. Upon arrival at our destination I paid our tuk tuk driver. That night Yves tracked us down at our hotel and said we had already paid him for tuk tuk so we had paid twice. He asked our hotel to give us the overpayment back and he would compensate them when they were in Pakse next. Now that's an honest business man and another reason why you should trust your motorbike rental to Miss Noy's. Merci beaucoup Yves.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Also spelled Tad Gneuang, this is a 40m high, truely picturesque waterfall surrounded by beautiful nature. Be careful when walking down to the pool of water, the steps are slippery. At the entrance to the falls (signposted well on road 16E at Km 40) you'll find food and drink stalls and a restaurant.
Even in the dry season this is well worth a visit as the falls are still worth seeing. Go and enjoy !
4.0 based on 53 reviews
After being directed on the right path by an English speaking farmer, I walked the 3 km to the top of Phou Asa, from where one has good views of the wetlands, and one can wonder about the many stone towers surrounding the top. Mysterious!
4.0 based on 125 reviews
There is not much to do in Pakse and the market gives you an hour or two to be explored. It's really huge , bustling and as local as it can get. You can buy anything from fruit and live ducks to fake gucci'es etc I love the food courts in Asian markets and this one was really exceptional with its wide choice. I chose it over my 4* hotel breakfast both mornings and couldn't have been happier.
3.5 based on 61 reviews
We stayed at the Champasak Grand Hotel and had a great view of the Lao Nippon Bridge. Can walk along the side of the bridge to go to the Golden Buddha temple on the Mountain. Beautiful views from this temple as well.
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