Vang Vieng is a small town located 150km north of the Vientiane Capital. Vang Vieng is a place of a dreamlike landscape of bizarre limestone mountain peaks and scenic cliffs with the Song River (Nam Song) bisecting the town.
At the base of the town’s limestone mountains are a system of caves. There are a variety of well-developed tourism services here and a wide range of accommodations. Water sports such as tubing, kayaking are popular and rock climbing is also a growing pastime. There are some peaceful places like several 16th and 17th century monasteries and the small Hmong villages around this place.
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Just off of the route 13 north are two of Vientiane province’s well known attractions: The first is a small man-made reservoir known as Nong Nok near Ban Sivilay which is a great bird watching site. The second is the ancient Vang Xang Buddha images and sculptures that are carved into the side of a sandstone escarpment.