Visit Champasak Province

The Champasak Province of Laos is home to many beautiful and unique attractions. Located in the southwest corner of the country, it is bordered by Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Blessed with an abundance of natural resources and fascinating cultural heritage, this region is perfect for those looking to explore a truly authentic side of Southeast Asia.

One popular attraction here is Wat Phou Temple Complex, a Buddhist temple complex located on the banks of the Mekong River. This ancient structure dates back more than 1000 years and offers breathtaking views over the river below. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001 due to its cultural significance.

Another must-see destination in Champasak Province is Don Khong Island, which boasts lush jungles and crystal clear waters ideal for swimming or snorkeling. The island also has some interesting historical sites like Khon Phapheng Falls - one of Southeast Asia's largest waterfalls known as 'the Niagara Falls' of Laos!

This charming province also has some interesting historical facts; it was once part of an independent kingdom from 1707 until it became part of Laos in 1893 under French rule - so take time out to explore this fascinating area when visiting!

Cities in Champasak Province

Champasak, Pakse, Muang Không, Pakxong