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Vang Vieng Hotels near Nam Song River Laos

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Nam Song hotel - Vang Vieng

Everything the hotel does is centered round the guest' experience, ensuring comfort and relaxation. Reservations at Nam Song hotel Vang Vieng are simple via a secure online booking form. Just enter the desired dates and submit.

Beerlao - wikipedia

Beerlao is a Lao lager produced by the Lao Brewery Company (LBC) of Vientiane. Its lager has 5% alcohol by volume. Hops and yeast are imported from Germany, and malt from France. A drink popular with back packers in Laos.

Nam Song River - wikipedia

The Nam Song River is a river in Laos that flows through the town of Vang Vieng. It is a popular tourist destination as many people enjoy seeing the Laotian countryside while going down the river in the inner tube of a tractor tyre or in a kayak.

Vang Vieng - wikipedia

Vang Vieng is a town in the Lao People's Democratic Republic, located in Vientiane Province. The population is around 25,000. One of the main features of the town is a long mostly unused airfield runway parallel to the river. It was used during the Vietnam War by the Air America's planes. The now disused airstrip in Vang Vieng was then called "Lima site 6".

Vang Vieng - wikitravel

Vang Vieng (also Vang Viang) is a tiny riverside town in Laos. Once no more than a bus changing station on the long haul between Vientiane at the Thai border and the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang, it has managed to become a destination in its own right. The town is now a popular destination for back-packers who come to revel in the river and cave-filled rock formations.

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