Vientiane Province (also known as rural Vientiane) (Lao ແຂວງວຽງຈັນ) is a province of Laos, located in the northwest of the country. As of 2015 the province had a total population of 419,090 people. Vientiane Province is a large province, covering an area of 15,927 square kilometres (6,149 sq mi) with 10 districts in mid north-western Laos. The province borders Luang Prabang Province to the north, Xiangkhouang Province to the northeast, Bolikhamxai Province to the east, Vientiane Prefecture and Thailand to the south, and Xaignabouli Province to the west. The principal towns are Vang Vieng and Muang Phôn-Hông. Several kilometres to the south of Vang Vieng is one of Laos's largest lakes, Nam Ngum. Much of this area, particularly the forests of the southern part, are under the Phou Khao Khouay National Bio-Diversity Conservation Area. The principal rivers flowing through the province are the Nam Song River, Nam Ngum River and the Nam Lik River.
Things to do in Vientiane Province
3.5 based on 531 reviews
4 based on 140 reviews
Located only 4 km North of Vang Vieng Town, along side the refreshing Nam Song river with spectacular views of the unique Mountains and exposed jagged cliff faces showing their natural beauty. Sunset over the mountain ridge is fabulous, enjoying a glass of home made organic mulberry or star fruit wine, beer Lao, tropical fruit shake or mulberry tea which compliments our Lao & Western cuisine. Restaurant is open from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM every day serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Famous home grown and processed organic mulberry items are sort after along with the handmade organic goat cheese, huge pancakes and Lao desserts. A range of fresh organic teas, coffee and liquor available. Separate meals or group offers available. FREE Wifi, Toilets onsite, access to river and organic farm. More detailed information is available on our website. We look forward to meeting you to share our fabulous place, The Organic Mulberry Farm Restaurant Team.
I have never had such fresh, tasty spring rolls! I'm sure they were just made when I ordered them. Great peanut sauce to go with. Enough to eat without ordering more food!
For foreigners, there's no worries about gastrointestinal disorders from the raw veggies - it's been 12 hrs with no bad effects at all.
The organic goat cheese was small, but very tasty (as good as many French goat cheeses!) The mulberry shakes are a must!
4.5 based on 324 reviews
Not bad but fore sure not the best place to have your dinner. Service is slow, food was not really hot served and differant platen arrrived almost 10 minutes after each other.
Honnestly did not find the perfect place for dinner in Vang Vieng.
Many people ranked this place high but in my overall Asia restaurant score this place is just scoring 6 out of 10.
4.5 based on 270 reviews
It is currently low season so We were the only patrons in the restaurant. We had fantastic service the food was traditional French bistro style - small menu but focus on quality. Even the French dressing for the house salad was delicious. If you can draw yourself away from Lao cuisine I would highly recommend this little gem!
4 based on 93 reviews
We went 3 times to this place to have this amazing veggie burger (I'm not even a vegetarian) with mashed potato and pumpkin. Affordable for the burgers, even if you get less than 10 French fries with it. I can't tell if the prices are good for the local food.
4.5 based on 719 reviews
This is the best schnitzel I have ever had. The first time we ordered the normal size and the second time we ordered the grande size, which we each demolished. If you are recovering from food poisoning and craving some safe food, don’t hesitate to come here. If you are just plain hungry, make sure you come here. It is the best. And the owner serves great beer varieties too. And you can finish off the meal with chocolate cake, amongst other desserts. So satisfied.
4.5 based on 277 reviews
I’d read all the reviews and went with an open mind and was really happy. I had the white sauce goat cheese and honey pizza and it was amazing! Thin crunchy pizza base which I liked a lot, and great flavour. We didn’t wait long for our pizzas to arrive.
The place did fill up about 5 min after we arrived so go early to avoid disappointment!
4.5 based on 99 reviews
This 20 seats restaurant with outside Seating area is an extension of Laos Haven Hotel & Spa, better known as, 7 HAVEN. Here we aim to serve quality Laos & Thai Cuisine using only the freshest of ingredients available. Some of our signature dishes include,7 Haven Papaya Salad, Vegetarian Laab, Crispy Spring rolls and Authentic Phad Thai noodle.<br><br>With effect from March 2016, our restaurant will be temporary closed for major renovation till further notice
4.5 based on 109 reviews
I'm a bit of a coffee snob and tried a good amount of the coffee shops around and this cafe is by far the best. Cozy little spot, free wifi, and the most delicious desserts you will ever have, especially the flourless chocolate cake! They...MoreThank you so much for the lovely review. We are so glad you enjoyed our coffee and desserts. Hope to see you back in the future.
4.5 based on 589 reviews
Gary's Irish Bar, The Rising Sun, Vang Vieng, a quality Irish owned pub in the heart of Laos P.D.R. If you're looking for good food (from Full Irish Breakfast served with Cumberland Sausages to Homemade Pies), an ice cold beer Laos, Cider, Guinness or cocktails and famous Irish hospitality all served up in a friendly, fine atmosphere then you've come to the right place! Regular live music from our Irish musician. 2 Free Pool Tables Killer Pool Comp almost every night with top prizes! 4 screens with Live Sports including Premier League, F1, Rugby & Lots more.
If you go you’re first night here you’ll probably keep going back...
The staff is friendly and fast. The food is really good whether it’s Irish stew or local dishes. Quality is much better than most of what’s around but the price isn’t any higher than other places
Awesome burgers and cottage pie
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