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Champasack - General Information
HTML clipboardLocated : A southernmost province bordering on Thailand and Cambodia
Total Area: 15,415 square meters
Population: 600,000
 

Champasack town
HTML clipboardA small town located on the Right Bank of the Mekong River shares a common border with Thailand. It formed one of the three principalities of the Lane Xang Empire in 1349 and was under the region of King Fa Ngum.

Khon Phapheng Waterfall
HTML clipboardEast of Don Khon on the Mekong River is the jewel of Champasack Province. Further downstream, the Mekong cascades across a wide mouth of rock which slopes in curvilinear pattern is sometimes tinted by rainbow.

Liphi Waterfall
HTML clipboardLocation: Located on Don Khon, west of Ban Khon Village, Liphi Waterfall is another amazing natural site to visit in Champasack Province.

Pakha, freshwater dolphins of the Mekong
HTML clipboardThe center for protection and conservation of freshwater Dolphins is located on the border of Laos-Cambodia. The freshwater dolphins are called “Pakha” in Lao, and inhabit only this part of the Mekong River.

Pakse
HTML clipboardLocation: Located at the confluence of the Xedone and the Mekong Rivers, Pakse links trade and travel between Thailand to Cambodia and Vietnam.

Si Phan Don (Four Thousand Islands)
HTML clipboardThe breathtaking Si Phan Don or Four Thousand Islands are located in a section of the Mekong River just north of the border with Cambodia. Don Khong is the largest island and boasts a number of small villages, temples and caves

Tad Fane Waterfall
HTML clipboardThis natural tourism site is located within the Dong Hua Sao, a National Biodiversity Conservation Area at Ban Lak 38 along Route 16 from Pakse toward Pakxong District.

Tormor Rocky Channel
HTML clipboardTormor Rocky Channel was listed as the 15th National Heritage Site in Laos receiving approval via Prime Minister’s Degree 174/PMO at the same time as Wat Phou Champasack.

Wat Phou Asa
HTML clipboardWat Phou Asa is an ancient Hindu-Khmer pagoda. It was built on flat rock on Phou Kao Klat Ngong Mount in Pathoumphone District. In recent times it has become a well-known National Heritage and Amazing Site.

Wat Phou Champasack (The second World Heritage Site in Laos)
HTML clipboardCertainly the highlight of any visit to Champasack Province is the ancient Khmer Temple of Wat Phou. Situated on the Phou Kao (mountains) slope 6 kilometers away from Champasack District and about 45 kilometers from south of Pakse along the Mekong River.

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