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* '''Wat Phu''' (''Vat Phou'').  A c. 12th century Hindu temple built in the days of the Khmer Empire in the style of [[Angkor]].  The temple is still in use as a Buddhist site.
 
* '''Wat Phu''' (''Vat Phou'').  A c. 12th century Hindu temple built in the days of the Khmer Empire in the style of [[Angkor]].  The temple is still in use as a Buddhist site.
  
* Khone waterfalls[http://waterfallsofsoutheastasia.blogspot.com/2009/10/mekong.html] on the border with Cambodia.
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* Khone waterfalls on the border with Cambodia.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:15, 21 November 2009

Champasak is a province of southern Laos. It's best known for a series of Khmer ruins, collectively named a UNESCO World Heritage Site as the Champasak Cultural Landscape.

Cities

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Talk

Get in

Pakse is the transport hub of the region, with an airport, bus service and limited boat access off the Mekong. For Champasak and the South, there are more expensive minivans (110,000 kip return to Si Pan Don) from a couple of travel companies ('Pakse Travel' and 'Explore Asia') in Pakse town centre (nearly always packed with bleach blond 20 somethings, don't expect any leg room).

Get around

Most places in Champasak, including Wat Phou, can be visited as day trips from Pakse.

See

  • Wat Phu (Vat Phou). A c. 12th century Hindu temple built in the days of the Khmer Empire in the style of Angkor. The temple is still in use as a Buddhist site.
  • Khone waterfalls on the border with Cambodia.

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