is one of the main political and economic centers of
Lao PDR and situated in the southern part of Laos. People
of Champasack province settle along the bank of Kong
Se Done river. In this province you will find ancient
temples which were influenced from the Angkor in Cambodia.
To see some of the well-known places, click links below:
Phou - one of the most fascinating ancient sites in Indochina.
Wat Pou was built along the slope of Pou Kao mountain
and dated from the 6th century to the Angkor period
of the 9th to 13th centuries.
Pha Pheng - this is the Mekong waterfall dropping 20 meters
and the widest waterfall in the world. It is also
the biggest and most beautiful waterfall in South
East Asia. Because of the strength of the water
flow, no one has been able to travel through it