Champasak Travel Tips

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Champasak Province in Southern Laos is the place to go if you love to see nature!

The Bolaven Plateau is worth visiting for its majestic waterfalls, some of the most beautiful in Laos and maybe even Southeast Asia.

Si Phan Don (Four Thousand Islands) is another popular place in Champasak, but only go there for serious riverside relaxing.

For a change of scenery, Vat Phu located near Pakse (the main city) is worth a peek for its ancient temple ruins.

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