|Vat Phu ( World Heritage in South Laos LAOS PDR. )|
Vat Phu is the second world heritage (after Luang Phrabang) in the Lao People's Democratic Republic ( Lao PDR ) , which was declared by UNESCO on 25 December 2002.Vat Phu is a famous place, worthy of being worshipped by the nation in the Lao People's Democratic Republic. It is located at the foot of the holy mountain, call Phou Kao, immediately commands ones attention because of its shape, identified in ancient time with the linga, the phallic symbol of Shiva. The remains of which (large earthen enclosure walls) are barely visible on the ground, although they appear quite clearly on aerial pictures.
|Li Phi Water Fall in South Laos PDR|
Located on Don Khon, west of Ban Khon Village, Liphi Waterfall is another amazing natural site to visit in Champasack Province. A calmer section of the river below the falls forms a natural habitat for the endangered fresh water dolphins. rage over ragged boulders. Although a drop of only several metres, the volume and power of the falls is impressive and the ambience agreeable. .
|Tad Pha Suam Water Fall of South Laos PDR.|
Tad Pha Suam Water fall It took over five years for businessman Wimol Kijbamrung to turn an undeveloped stretch of land in Bajieng district in the Lao province of Champasak into a unique resort where tourists can enjoy a peaceful break close to nature. However, one week after Bajieng Resort was officially opened on Dec 5, 2003,
|Tad Fane Water Fall of South Laos PDR.|
Tad Fane Falls, Pakxong, Laos, 2005
|Khong Pha Peng water falls the " Niagara of the East "|
When the water level falls back again in the dry season, thousands of small islands rise from the river, giving the area the name Si Phan Done (4000 islands). The biggest island with 55,000 inhabitants is Done Khong, a peaceful place for an overnight visit. Several waterfalls drop over the escarpment. Some of the most spectacular are Tat Phan with height of 120 meters and Khon Pha Pheng. Another interesting island in this area is Done Khone.
|Bachiang Resort ,Hill Tribe Vllage in South Laos PDR.|
Although I lost my sight, I could hear the happy sounds around the resort, such as a tourist talking to a bird, the sound of dishes and happy diners in the restaurant, as well as praise from many of our visitors,'' he said.
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