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Champasak Province的缤纷体验

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从游览观光到探秘鲜为人知的好去处,在最熟悉这座城市的当地达人带领下,了解这座城市的独特之处。
Rest Area
“The Khone falls, a series of cascading waterfalls in the Mekong river is one of Laos’ most beautiful natural attractions. The impressive falls in Champasak province near the Cambodian border are the largest in volume in South East Asia. The falls, also known as Khone Phapheng, are located in an area called Si Phan Don, which literally translates to “Four thousand islands”. At this point the Mekong river broadens out; during the rainy season the river and series of cascades is kilometers wide and extend over a length of almost 10 kilometers downstre. The Khone falls are located South of Don Khon island, the area which is the home of a small group of rare Irrawaddy dolphins.”
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Point of Interest
“เป็นสถานที่ที่คุณจะเห็นพระอาทิตย์ก่อนใครในสยาม วิวจากหน้าผาสูง และภาพเขียนสีก่อนประวัติศาสตร์ ที่พบมากที่สุดแห่งหนึ่งของโลก”
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Place of Worship
“วัดเรืองแสง..ตั้งแต่เวลา 18.00-19.30 และวิวพระอาทิตย์ตกดินวิวน้ำโขง มองเห็นฝั่งประเทศลาว”
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Natural Feature
“Located on Don Khon, 1.5km downriver from the French bridge, vast Tat Somphamit is a gorgeous set of raging rapids. Its other name, Li Phi, means 'Spirit Trap' and locals believe the falls act as just that: a trap for bad spirits as they wash down the river. Local fishermen risk their skin edging out onto rocks in the violent flow of the cascades to empty bamboo traps. Don't try this stunt yourself – travellers have died slipping off the rocks beyond the barrier. Xai Kong Nyai Beach, a kilometre downriver, is a safer, year-round swimming option”
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Point of Interest
“FOUR THOUSAND ISLANDS (SI PHAN DON) The breathtaking 4000 Islands or Si Phan Don are located in a section of the Mekong River just north of the border with Cambodia and start from Don Khong, the largest island and capital of Khong District, Si Phan Don is an important wetland habitat for both bird and aquatic wildlife species- most notably the freshwater, endangered Irrawady Dolphin and also provides an important natural resource base that supports many local people through fishing and other indigenous activities. This area of the Mekong is unique from all others for its many islands, some of which are uninhabited and still remain in their pristine natural form.”
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Museum
“When the local governor built this two-story French colonial-style home in 1935, he was so proud of himself that he christened it Sathanavoudthi, which means 'Garden of Eden' in an old Lao dialect. Level-headed locals just called it 'The Brick House'. In 2010 it was restored and now houses one of Laos' smallest museums. But the musical instruments, animal traps and photos of the Don Khon railway are worth a few minutes of your time. The furniture on the second floor is original. ”
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Place of Worship
“About 6.5km northeast of Muang Saen, Wat Phu Khao Kaew was built on the site of some presumed pre-Khmer ruins, making it a holy spot for locals. Nothing of that era is visible; now there is a bright red and gold modern stupa and a large reclining Buddha in the arm-down, 'Entering Nirvana' posture. It sits atop some exposed bedrock and the beautiful Mekong-side perch is more of a reason to stop than any of the structures. It is also believed to be home to a naga (river serpent), though the entrance to its lair is covered. Don't be confused by the sign on the road that misspelled the last word as 'Kae'.”
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Place of Worship
“Au pied de la Français du pont de Paksé et Sedong Riverside est le plus grand et le plus beau de Pakse, le temple Wat Luang Temple. Ce temple est maintenant à l' école des moines, il est très fréquent de voir des moines Lao avec sa tunique Orange distinctive dans les environs.”
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Point of Interest
“Don Khon is joined with Don Det by a historic railway bridge built by the French in 1910.”
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Point of Interest
“Rusting locomotives sit near each end of the main cross-island road, which follows the old railway route. Surrounding them are placards detailing the history of the railway, which the French built in the late 1800s as a way of transporting supplies around the impassable falls. The railway has been out of use since WWII (when the Japanese briefly used it) since new roads made it redundant, and the track has long since been carted off. Across the old tracks from the Ban Khon locomotive is a small Christian cemetery.”
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Place of Worship
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Point of Interest
“The less intact of the two rusting locomotives sitting at opposite ends of the main cross-island road, which follows the old railway route. Placards detail the history of the railway.”
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Place of Worship
“Une des vues panoramiques de la ville de Paksé. Beaucoup plus de détails sur 130 pages dans le guide nkm gratuit : nkm free lao bibliothèque library”
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市场
“Le plus grand et le plus authentique marché du Laos (8 hectares) seulement dédié aux locaux.”
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Lodging
“Cuisine locale : Originale, diversifiée, ingrédients supra-frais. Peu de stock. Le seul restaurant au bord du Mékong (sur 5 au total) avec un menu détaillé, compréhensible en anglais et en français Seulement sur réservation. Prenez connaissance des menus sur le site. ”
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