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Linger Longer in Laos
 
A destination of breathtaking, unspoilt scenery, Laos sees fewer travellers than her more famous neighbours, but here you’ll find
the heart of Indochina.

Though a landlocked and mountainous country, the Mekong River runs through nearly 1,900 kilometres of this Buddhist nation’s territory and is a vital part of daily life.

Simplicity and a relaxed sense of grace – this is the beauty of Laos and the best way to discover it is through remote retreats and specialised itineraries taking you to the heart of the country.
 

 

 

 
Mekong River Journeys with The River Resort
Stay by 30 April 2019 

Locally known as the ‘Mother of the Waters’, the Mekong River plays an essential daily role in southern Laos offering a trading route, source of food and water and social centre for the settlements along its banks.

From now until 30 April 2019, guests staying 3 or more nights at The River Resort in a Deluxe Riverfront Room will enjoy the added opportunity to explore the region’s watery routes with a curated selection of complimentary add-ons and riverside experiences including:

– A longtail ride from Pakse to the resort’s own river landing
– A sunset cruise on the Mekong River by riverboat complete with drinks and canapés
– A 1-hour massage
– Welcome cocktail
– Lao set lunch or dinner
– Complimentary bottle of wine
– American breakfast
– 15% discount on all additional food during the stay
– Roundtrip transfers to/from Pakse
 

Learn more about the journey and book your stay before 30 April by contacting the Secret Retreats concierge…
 

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Hidden in the small village of Muang La by Nam Pak River, Muang La Lodge features five wooden villas and nine traditionally designed guestrooms all exuding a sense of tranquillity. Along with mountain views and a natural hot spring, one can enjoy a sauna, spa and explore northern Laos’ local ethnic groups either by foot, mountain bike or 4WD cars.
 
 

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Take a leisurely 3-day journey down the Mekong River to one of the region’s most remarkable treasures, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Vat Phou, considered the birthplace of Khmer architecture. With 12 newly renovated cabins, the river-borne hotel takes you through the 4,000 Islands and Southeast Asia’s largest waterfalls at Pha Pheng.
 
 

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