The Champasak province is one of the most visited areas in southern Laos, with a number of attractions ranging from the Khmer sites of Wat Phu and Um Muang, the Bolaven plateau, a highland area with plantations, waterfalls and lots of scenery and the 4000 islands region (Si Phan Don) to the south. Champasak is one of the three principalities that succeeded the Lao kingdom of Lan Xang. The main entry point is its capital Pakse, from which you can easily reach all places of interest.
Wat Phu in Champasak photo gallery  - 41 pictures of Wat Phu in Champasak
Pakse photo gallery  - 28 pictures of Pakse
Um Muang Khmer site photo gallery  - 15 pictures of Um Muang Khmer site
Crossing the Mekong in Champasak photo gallery  - 12 pictures of Crossing the Mekong in Champasak
Roads in southern Laos photo gallery  - 15 pictures of Roads in southern Laos
41 photos of Wat Phu, a Khmer temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site
28 photos of Pakse, the capital of the Champasak province
15 photos of the Um Muang Khmer temple ruin, which dates back to the 9th century
12 photos taken while crossing the Mekong river in Champasak
15 photos of roads in Southern Laos
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