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Convenient Way From Vientiane To Xieng Khouang

Rent a Car From Vientiane to Xieng Khouang

Xieng Khouang is best known for the fascinating “Plain of Jars”. This province has borders of 100km in the northwest with Luang Prabang, 160km in the northeast with Houaphan, 160km in the east with Nghe An province in Vietnam with, 70km in the southeast with Bolikhamsai and in the southwest with Vientiane (about more than 400 km away). Mountain is the main topography of Xieng Khouang with 90% mountain, 8%  highland, and the rest 2% is plain. Apart from the floodplains, the country’s largest flat land is located on the Xiangkhouang Plateau. This area is characterized by gentle hills and grassland. Xieng Khouang is also one of the most important corn-growing areas in Laos.

Three daily busses depart to Phonsavanh from Vientiane Capital’s Northern Bus Terminal from 07:00-10:30. Three late busses leave between 04:30- 20:00. The 400-km, air-conditioned coach ride takes about 10 hours and costs LAK110,000. You can also book a minivan service at a Vientiane travel agent. Lao Airlines offers 6 flights a week from Vientiane. Lao Skyway has three flights per week from Vientiane (Mon, Wed, Fri) lwaving at 11:00, and three flights a week from Luang Prabang (Mon, Wed, Fri) lwaving at 14:15.

Morning air-conditioned busses head to Xieng Khouang from Vang Vieng (219 km, LAK95,000) and Luang Prabang (262 km, LAK105,000), and non-air-con buses from Sam Neua in Houaphanh (250 km, LAK80,000) and Pakxan in Bolikhamxay (220 km, LAK100,000). Mini-van service is also available from travel agents.


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