Vang Vieng

11 Dec 2018 - 12 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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Member reviews (17)
Simon Stewart
Simon StewartBangkok

Great place to hang out for a couple of days, the stunning vista with looming karsts dominate the eye and provide plenty to do for the budding adventure backpacker. Climbing, hiking riding and the ubiquitous 'tubing' (getting a large tyre and floating down the river punctuated by bars and drunken activities) all combine to make this a laid-back town and a great place to break the journey between Vientiane and Luang Prabang.

Pippa Vague
Pippa VagueWellington

Vang Vieng is an absolutely gorgeous place that caters for everyone from young backpackers looking for a wild time to couples seeking a romantic getaway to older travellers wanting some rest and relaxation. Vang Vieng has something for everyone so don't be put off by the towns party reputation.

Travis Katz
Travis KatzMenlo Park

This is a hotspot on the backpacker circuit. Tons of backpacker bars, restaurants and cheap places to stay. You can go tubing down the river, which is really fun!

Neil Barnes
Neil BarnesLondon

As of April 2013 3 bars are now open along the river. Known locally as pirate bars, the owners and staff can ask you to leave at a moments notice if they suspect the police are on their way - i.e. the bars really shouldn't be open, but are. Even without the bars, tubing is still more than worth while. Its like a very scenic lazy river.

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