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June 17, 2019 | Last Modified: 2020

Travel Experience

The Vat Phou Mekong Cruise is a journey that starts and finishes in Pakse, Both cruise itineraries (Down and Up) visit the majestic UNESCO World Heritage Vat Phou ruins at Champassak, the mysterious Oum Muong ruins at Huei Thamo, the 4,000 Islands with its winding waterways, and the Phapheng waterfall on the Laos – Cambodia border.

Responsibility

The Vat Phou Cruise has become a familiar sight over the years for the communities along its route. Staffs on the Vat Phou boat are from the very villages that the boat visits. Because the Vat Phou Cruise has a close relationship with the communities along the Mekong, so they take opportunities to support them. Also, they have been able to be of assistance in the community schools and assisted the school in Deua Tia Village with many projects over the years including school supplies, fans and new bathroom facilities.

Business Case

The Vat Phou Cruise hires local villagers from along the southern end of the Mekong River in Laos, providing income to communities they visit.

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The Vat Phou Mekong Cruise is a journey that starts and finishes in Pakse, Both cruise itineraries (Down and Up) visit the majestic UNESCO World Heritage Vat Phou ruins at Champassak, the mysterious Oum Muong ruins at Huei Thamo, the 4,000 Islands with its winding waterways, and the Phapheng waterfall on the Laos – Cambodia border.

The Vat Phou Cruise has become a familiar sight over the years for the communities along its route. Staffs on the Vat Phou boat are from the very villages that the boat visits. Because the Vat Phou Cruise has a close relationship with the communities along the Mekong, so they take opportunities to support them. Also, they have been able to be of assistance in the community schools and assisted the school in Deua Tia Village with many projects over the years including school supplies, fans and new bathroom facilities.

The Vat Phou Cruise hires local villagers from along the southern end of the Mekong River in Laos, providing income to communities they visit.

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