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Day Trip to Preah Vihear Temple and Koh Ker UNESCO Site from Siem Reap
"Visit the beautiful temple of Preah Vihear a famous UNESCO World Heritage site near the Thai border in Cambodia. You will depart in the morning from Siem Reap and drive to Preah Vihear by private airconditioned car with English speaking driver. On the way you will make a stop at Ta Mok's house. Ta Mok was a Cambodian but in 1962 the International court ruled that it is part of Cambodia. In 2008 the dispute revived but the general agreement is still that Preah Vihear belongs to Cambodia. After visiting the very interesting site of Preah Vihear we drive to Koh Ker the pyramid temple. It is a temple unlike any other temple you will see in Cambodia. Koh Ker used to be the capital of the Khmer empire and is an importsant historic site. You will visit the pyramid temple as well as a few smaller temples in the are""
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Day Trip to Preah Vihear Temple and Koh Ker UNESCO Site from Siem Reap
"Visit the beautiful temple of Preah Vihear a famous UNESCO World Heritage site near the Thai border in Cambodia. You will depart in the morning from Siem Reap and drive to Preah Vihear by private airconditioned car with English speaking driver. On the way you will make a stop at Ta Mok's house. Ta Mok was a Cambodian but in 1962 the International court ruled that it is part of Cambodia. In 2008 the dispute revived but the general agreement is still that Preah Vihear belongs to Cambodia. After visiting the very interesting site of Preah Vihear we drive to Koh Ker the pyramid temple. It is a temple unlike any other temple you will see in Cambodia. Koh Ker used to be the capital of the Khmer empire and is an importsant historic site. You will visit the pyramid temple as well as a few smaller temples in the are""
From $199.00
 
Full Day Koh Ker and Beng Mealea Exploration from Siem Reap
"Interested in jungle-based temples outside Siem Reap where tourism has not yet settled in? Our Koh Ker and Beng Mealea tour brings you deep into the Cambodian countryside and back in time. A region where one still can find remote villages and pristine forests where deer freely roam around. Both temple ruins are quite unique to say the least so those with a sense of adventure and looking for a day trip away from the Angkor temples may have just foun past rice paddy fields and local villages to Beng Mealea temple. Beng Mealea “Lotus Pond” Temple from the early 11th Century was built by Suryavarman II as a Hindu Temple.  Beng Mealea is a temple hidden in a maze of jungle - if there is one temple it is Beng Mealea.  Clambering over large sandstone blocks to reach the inner sanctuary and eerie worship corridor is an exploration to remember.  Architecturally Beng Mealea is noted for its innovative in its time construction of hallways
From $141.00

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Nazim Indian restaurant

Most people who read the Lonely Planet may opt to go to Jasmine's across the street, but Nazim's (chain restaurant) is a good choice. There is indoor and outdoor sidewalk seating. The portions are...
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L Panorama

Whilst visiting Pakse we stayed at the Pakse Hotel and although we can recommend the hotel, we cannot recommend its roof-top restaurant. The view was quite lovely and as such the restaurant lives up...
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Nazim Restaurant

My fiance and I have just returned from Laos and we enjoyed every minute. Whilst we were in Pakse, we ate at Nazim based on the reviews, but we were sadly disappointed. Nazim is no longer located on...
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Jaidee Bar and Restaurant

In an environment with soft background music chil out I had the chance to taste delicious Italian cuisine prepared by Italian hands alternating with plates of the place,all accompanied by good service...
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Bolaven Cafe

Bolaven Cafe opened in 2011. It's run by the lovely Mama Tan and her passion for coffee, food and people shows! She'll make you feel like one of her own kids the moment you walk through the door...
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"no name"

This little restaurant is the outside seating area of a grocery and general store. The food is made right next to you on an outdoor stove. The portions are quite large and the quality is good. Ate...
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Ketmany Restaurant

Spending too much time in the tropical heat, I often find myself craving something to cool me down. Ice cream usually does the trick. However, ice cream in Laos is not always easy to find, let alone...
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Paksé Hotel Rooftop Restaurant "Le Panorama"

Smart and relaxed open-air restaurant. Just go in the hotel and upstairs. Wide range of food and you can watch the cook preparing your meal, or just have a beerlao or two. Very polite and friendly...
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Nazim

They had great choice of food, nice cooked and good service. Good choice for vegetarian after you get tired of fried rice with vegetable or noodle soup. Cheap restaurant. Aloo tomato curry, pineapple...
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Pengky

I got a recommendation from one guide book on this noodle shop. Yes!! It's delicious and fresh noodle in Chinese style. But the shop was so dirty with tissue papers and bad condition. It's a contrast...
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Sedone restaurant

I found this restaurant just 2 minutes walked from the hotel. At first,I went for Dinner and the food was delicious so I went again in the Morning. The restaurant offers a-la-carte menu both Laos and...
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Nang Som Hmay restaurant

This restaurant 's just opposite the hotel where stayed and it seems to be an old one in Pakse. I 've tried Pho which was ok but came with big bowl which I cannot finished it. The restaurant also...
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May Kham Restaurant

We were the only ones in the restaurant and they were out of sticky rice. But they said no problem and someone went outside got on a bike and went and got some sticky rice. We can't have a meal...
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Xuan Mai (I think)

This is a little Vietnamese/Lao place. We had pho and some other items. The price is very reasonable and it is right by our hotel (Pakse Hotel). Pho.
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Street no. 5, Bane Watlouang, Pakse, Laos
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Salakiew St, Phonesavanh Village, Pakse, Laos
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P.O. Box 504, No 13 Road, Ban Phonesaad, Pakse, 12541, Laos
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13 South, Lakmueang, Pakse, 856, Laos
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