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 199 reviews
Cruising around the unique 4,000 Islands, spotting rare Irrawaddy dolphins, watching birds in vast wetlands; highlands studded with coffee plantations, misty waterfalls, Mekong river home-stays, the ancient city and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Wat Phou, and jungle covered mountains of the Dong Hua Sao and Xe Pian National Protected Areas. These are only few of the outstanding highlights in this southernmost province. Green Discovery Laos is operating an office in Pakse, from where we are permanently developing new programs for both the adventurous and the mere curious.
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 !
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