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  • Sekong

    • Located: in the southern of Laos (Southern Provinces)
    • Total area: 7,665 square kilometers
    • Population: 97,900
    • 04 Districts: Lanarm, Kaleum, Dakcheung & Thateng
    • Capital of the province: Lanarm

    In Sekong province, you will find a truly authentic Southern Laos experience. Climb aboard a longboat to see the incredible natural beauty of the Sekong River winding through lush, green forests. Trek into the rugged mountainous terrain to discover isolated ethnic communities living deep within. Venture into the cool highlands of the Bolaven Plateau, reaching 1400m, to sample freshly ground and brewed tea and coffee right on plantations, and its famous honey.

    Discover the region’s ethnic diversity with its many distinct groups from the Mon-Khmer linguistic family. Engage with the laidback and hospitable communities through a village visit. Visit the huge, thatched longhouses that can house up to 45 people. Marvel at the intricate, hand-woven textiles of the Nge ethnic group, and buy a unique Alak ethnic sin (Lao traditional skirt). You can also visit the handicraft shops in Sekong Town (also known as Muang Lamam).

    If you are in Sekong during January-February, inquire about the fascinating annual festivals held in Katu, Nge and Tariang villages. You will also love seeing Boun Suang Heua (traditional boat racing) in Sekong on 2 December every year to coincide with Lao National Day.a

    It is nature that brings travellers to Sekong and though some change is taking place little ought to affect what the province has to offer adventurous travellers.

    Waterfalls are a feature in the river valley including Tad Hia, Tad Faek and Tad Se Noi. The most famous is the Nam Tok Katamtok on the Huay Katam River in the forests of the Bolaven Plateau.

    The habitat is great for birdlife: the yellow-billed nuthatch is classified as threatened and the black-crowned barwingas vulnerable. Blyth’s kingfisher, crested argusand yellow-billed nuthatch are other attractions. Mammals include the Oriental small-clawed otter, tiger, though extremely scarce, turtle, bear, gaur and Asian elephant.

    Vangxang Savanh Hotel

    Vangxang Savanh Hotel

    Well-positioned in River Front, Vangxang Savanh Resort is the ideal point of departure for your excursions in Sekong. The excitement of the city center is only 1.5 km away. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations. At Vangxang...
    Phou Khankham Hotel

    Phou Khankham Hotel

    Phou Khankham is located in the destination of Phon in the province of Sekong in the country of Laos. The hotel offers access to a vast array of services, including 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, car park, restaurant, laundry service. Hotel accommodations have been carefully appointed...