Inthira Vang Vieng

Ban Sawang, Vang Vieng, 2145532, Laos
Inthira Vang Vieng
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Forum Posts

rock climbing in Vangvieng

by Freiburg999

where can i go rock climbing in Laos (Vangvieng)?
do you know any good place ? is Adam's climbing school ..o k to rock climb with? for a 3 days ? we are inter mediate climber not much climbing at all.

Re: rock climbing in Vangvieng

by picek

when you're in VV you will see 'climbing schools/or agencies' at some places/their offices in town and they can advise you on spot, and it is easy to find that information just going around town and ask at their outlets. they will know where is good for you.

unfortuantelly i am no climbing expert myself, so i don't know whether they (adam) are good or not. they are the most advertised, however.

Travel Tips for Vang Vieng

about vang vieng

by call_me_rhia

Vang Vieng is a town sort of half-way between Luang Prabang and Vientiane - it's a normal stopping point for people wanting to break the journey somewhere. It's surrounded by limestone mountains which are in turned filled with natural caves. I did not stay long enough in Vang Vieng to explore them, nor I thinnk I would have gone to see them even I I had enough time (there's just an amount of caves one can take in). What I found fascinating in Vang Vieng was the foodmarket: while everyone was at the caves I went for a walk through the market and discovered the most interesting of all markets I have ever seen

Torchlight

by yuet29

Exploring the cave need a pair of good shoes. Dont wear slipper because the cave can be slippery. Torchlight is a must when you go to Vang Viang. One of the reason is stated in warning and dangerous tipr- there is no street light at night. The other reason is if you want to check out some of the caves, torch light is definitely a must.

Bring a good torch and enough spare batteries into the cave. You wont know how many time you will spend in an unexplored cave..

"happy"

by j-san about everywhere

In Vang Vieng you can get almost anything made "happy". This means the sprinking of marijuana on your pizza or into your shake etc. at the extra cost of about a dollar. They come in variations of "happy, medium happy or very happy". Someone tried the medium happy and spent the night guzzling water and passed out at 10pm. She was pretty happy until then though! :P

the food market

by call_me_rhia

The food market in Vang Vieng is the most fascinating market of this kind I've ever been to: colourful, cheerful, unstressful. There were fruits and vegetables that still have no name for me, as well as mysterious and suspicious meats and fish. I recognised frogs - live ones - gathered together on a skewer yet still very much alive, and possibly chicken and fish cooked in some (banana?) leaves. But there were also flowers and votive flower-compositions. In other words, this market was a discovery trip: so many unfamiliar sights and smells

Visiting the caves on foot and floating

by traceyspacey

We were feeling quite active so we booked a trip. The first part was visiting caves in the area, seeing the Buddha's foot imprint and being told information about the meanings of the caves.

On our way there our large tuk tuk got stuck in the mud! We were rowed across the river. We visited 3 caves, before having lunch at the village. The next cave we floated through on a tractor tyre inner tube. You are provided with lights and the guide made sure that everyone was fine. There is a rope running through the cafe. It was a great laugh

In the afternoon we did part of the tubing course with our guide in the kayak making sure that we were okay.

We saw some amazing scenery and had a great time. Cost 10 dollars per person.

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