RV Laos Pandaw,
Laos, Vientiane and Central Regions
Info : RV Laos Pandaw
This lovely cruise ship navigates the northern regions of Thailand and Laos, providing comfortable accommodation with great facilities.
Built in 2014, the RV Pandaw Laos makes it easy to get off-the-beaten-track and explore hidden parts of northern Thailand and Laos in style and comfort. There are 10 cabins in total spread across main deck and upper deck, and all are spacious with comfy beds boasting premium mattresses, attractive teak and brass furnishings and panoramic French windows allowing plenty of light to flow in. The cabins are very well appointed with kimonos, slippers, DVD players, hair dryers and spa-branded amenities in the en-suite bathrooms.
The communal areas offer the same teak and brass design, with comfortable furnishings and a lovely sundeck dining area, where you can relax and watch rural life unfold along the banks of the river. There is an open air lounge, bar and bistro-dining area where meals can be taken every day. There is also an on-board bakery, where fresh bread is baked daily.
This intimate and charming cruise ship provides a lovely base from which you can explore the real Laos, without compromising on comfort.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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The guides and drivers couldn't have been better, 10 out of 10. Dao was outstanding. He made the trip extra special for us. His knowledge of the area and the whole country, history etc. was fantastic. He was brilliant with the children too, he made the trip fun, exciting and safe. If ever he was talking to a local in Lao, he would always involve us in the conversation and explain what was happening. At the end of our 9 days with him we didn't want him to go.