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Savannakhet

Everything You Need to Know About Savannakhet

Savannakhet is the 2nd largest city in Laos (after Vientianne), and lies on the banks of the Mekong River, neighbouring Thailand and Vietnam. The city is home to various ethnic groups as well as Laotian, Thai, Chinese, and Vietnamese. Must-visits include sacred Buddhist stupas such as That Ing Hang and That Phonh, as well as 20 national protected areas dotting the Savannakhet Province. 

Embark on a 460-km-long drive from Vientiane to Savannakhet for an opportunity to view the Mekong River and spectacular hills along the way. The city is also reachable via the Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge from Mukdahan, Thailand.

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Where to Stay in Savannakhet

Savannakhet Hotels

Savannakhet hotels and resorts at the best rates, such as Two Stars hotels like Nanhai Hotel, you are sure to find the Read More...

Savannakhet Attractions

Savannakhet Attractions

The eclectic range of menus in this small town fuse traditional European fare (including hot crusty baguettes, hearty Read More...

Savannakhet Restaurants

Savannakhet Restaurants

Savannakhet is like most tranquil cities in Laos and restaurants run by locals are easy to find. Street food can meet Read More...

Savannakhet Nightlife

Savannakhet Nightlife

Although Savannakhet is the second-largest city in Laos, you should not expect exciting nightlife venues. The city is Read More...

Savannakhet Shopping

Savannakhet Shopping

At the borders where Savannakhet bridges with Mukdahan (Thailand) is a large active junction where ethnic minority Read More...

Savannakhet Activities

Savannakhet Activities

Although Savannakhet has a handful of tourist attractions, its main strength actually lies in eco-tourism, especially Read More...

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