Things To Do

  • Wat Phou

    Wat Phou, Laos .

    Wat Phou (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is a ruined Khmer Hindu temple complex in southern Laos. It is at the base of mount Phou Khao, some 6 kilometres from the Mekong river in Champasak province. There was a temple on the site as early as the 5th century, but the surviving structures date from the 11th to 13th centuries. It has a unique structure: The elements lead to a shrine where a lingam dedicated to Lord Shiva was bathed in water from a mountain spring. The site later became a centre of Theravada Buddhist worship, which it remains today.

    12km. from The Riviera Champasak

  • Champasak Town

    Champasak, Laos .

    2km. From The Riviera Champasak

  • Don Daeng

    Don Daeng, Laos .

    20 Minute by boat

  • Ban Nong Luang

    Ban Nong Luang(บ้านหนองหลวง) Laos .

    They can also take you half-day, full day and multi-day walks and hikes into the Dong Houa Sao National Protected Area and the Dan Nong Luang Highlands. This area is extremely exciting for those interested in natural landscapes, waterfalls and unadulterated nature. In fact, the villages say that just about every time they go out, they find a new waterfall or undiscovered natural feature such as a cliff or small cave. You can stay overnight in the village in a homestay setting with families, or you can arrange for camping in the forest through the Traveller’s Meeting Point Café.

  • Zip line at Tad Fan waterfall

    Tad Fane Waterfall, Laos .

    Zip line at Tad Fan waterfall

  • Khone Phapheng Falls

    Khone Phapheng Falls, Laos .

    located in Champasak Province on the Mekong River in southern Laos, near the border with Cambodia. The Khone Falls are the largest in southeast Asia and they are the main reason that the Mekong is not fully navigable into China. The falls are characterised by thousands of islands and countless waterways, giving the area its name Si Phan Don or 'The 4,000 islands

  • Li phi Falls

    Li Phi Falls / Tat Somphamit Waterfalls, Laos .

    Li Phi Waterfall, also called Somphamit Waterfall, is one of the highlights of the 4,000 Islands and it’s a good reason to peel yourself out of the hammock.

  • Wat Phousalao

    Wat Phousalao, Pakse, Laos .

    There is no better way than head to Wat Phousalao to take in a panoramic of the whole Pakse's landscape.