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I visited Thongbay in 2013, so this review is long overdue. This was one of the nicest places I stayed in Laos. I loved the fact that it was further away from the main city area and in a residential neighborhood. The guesthouse provided a...More
We stayed in a Thongbay Guesthouse cabin from March 15 through until March 19.
Miss Kay and her staff provided exceptional service.
we were picked up at the airport, and brought back to the resort to check in. This process was well organized and pleasant...More
We really enjoyed our stay here, the staff made such an effort to ensure we had a good time. It's in a lovely location, a retreat from the busy town centre and the breakfasts will keep you going for the whole day!
Really nice stop off, free mini bus to town on the hour, and pick up every 10 mins past the hour.
Very clean and tidy , staff very friendly and helpful,
The food in the evening , if u want to eat in is great....More
It almost seems pointless to review as from the previous reviews you can judge for yourself that this is an exceptional place to stay, but I'll try my best to make this unique.
My partner and I arrived at 10am as we traveled by the...More
I can't say I noticed sport fishing in LP, and I really doubt Thongbay caters to it, but there was guided fishing in Muang Ngoi, a day trip by minivan and boat up the Nam Ou river. You would need two nights in Muang Ngoi to... More
I can't say I noticed sport fishing in LP, and I really doubt Thongbay caters to it, but there was guided fishing in Muang Ngoi, a day trip by minivan and boat up the Nam Ou river. You would need two nights in Muang Ngoi to fish it. And it's a great trip into the hills of Laos.