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* [[Vientiane]]
 
* [[Vientiane]]
 
As of April 2011, a ticket to and from Vientiane cost 210,000 kip per person when a one-seater bus is available (Kieng Kai bus company only), 170,000 kip to share a double with another stranger or 340,000 kip for double with lone occupancy if a one-seater/sleeper is not available, or you don't mind spending the extra Kip for the comfort. Chitprasom buses tend to be newer as Kiang Kai has been around longer and has not updated its buses. When traveling from Pakse to Vientiane, you might consider taking the Kiang Kai buses, as they will drop you off in the Vientiane town centre where their corporate office is located—a 2-minute walk from the Cultural Hall. All northbound buses, however, do stop at the Vientiane bus station, which is 9 kilometres from the town centre. If you are coming from Don Det and have not bought a through ticket, you can either get off at the Kiang Kai terminal and buy ticket there, or wait and get dropped in town and buy your ticket for Chitprasom.
 
As of April 2011, a ticket to and from Vientiane cost 210,000 kip per person when a one-seater bus is available (Kieng Kai bus company only), 170,000 kip to share a double with another stranger or 340,000 kip for double with lone occupancy if a one-seater/sleeper is not available, or you don't mind spending the extra Kip for the comfort. Chitprasom buses tend to be newer as Kiang Kai has been around longer and has not updated its buses. When traveling from Pakse to Vientiane, you might consider taking the Kiang Kai buses, as they will drop you off in the Vientiane town centre where their corporate office is located—a 2-minute walk from the Cultural Hall. All northbound buses, however, do stop at the Vientiane bus station, which is 9 kilometres from the town centre. If you are coming from Don Det and have not bought a through ticket, you can either get off at the Kiang Kai terminal and buy ticket there, or wait and get dropped in town and buy your ticket for Chitprasom.
 
Laos Airlines have a regular scheduled flights from Pakse to Vientiane, check their website for days and prices. Considerably more costly that a night bus but only takes 1 hour 15 minutes. Very small airports which results in a fast and efficient service.
 
  
 
* [[Attapeu]]
 
* [[Attapeu]]

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