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Welcome to La Folie Lodge

La Folie is a charming lodge located on Don Daeng, a car-free island facing Champasak Town.
Don Daeng, in Lao the “Red island”, is a peaceful haven within the UNESCO protected area of the Vat Phu, well known for its outstanding sunsets. Discover the best of Southern-Laos traditional lifestyle and hospitality, a well-kept secret.

Each of the 27 luxurious wooden rooms has a private balcony facing the Mekong river, its sandy beaches and the sacred mountains of Champassak.

Answer the call to the many adventures Southern Laos offer: half or full day excursions to the Wat Phu, 4000 islands, Bolaven plateau, Xe-Pian park, Pakse city or Champasak areas
Or just rest, disconnect & recover at the Lodge: swimming pool, spa, restaurant, bicycles, tropical garden, petanque court, etc.

The boat transfers from and to Champasak or Ban Meuang are included with every booking.

Transfers are available from Pakse Airport & Ubon Ratchathanee Airport.

Accommodation

Choose between the 26 comfortable rooms with Mekong view, exquisitely furnished with local materials.

Garden View Bungalow

Garden View Rooms…

Mekong View Bungalow

Bungalows with stunning…

Ban Lao

The traditional Lao…

The Residence

Private Villa with…

Activities

Enjoy the swimming pool at sunset, cycling around the lovely Done Daeng island, or meeting with the locals is only a glimpse of what the surroundings offer. The Vat Phu, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just a 15 minutes boat ride away and the Boloven Plateau as well as the 4,000 islands offer great excursions’ opportunities.

On the island

Enjoy Don Daeng’s authenticity: unspoilt huge sand beaches crowded with fishermen and lazy buffaloes, wild forests and enchanting birds, plains of rice fields, local small villages with one floor typical wooden houses and numerous Buddhist temples, by foot or cycling.

Outside the island

La Folie Lodge is the perfect spot to enjoy the best of Southern Laos, ranging from the What Phou temple to the 4,000 islands, or drinking a local coffee on the Bolaven Plateau after 18 holes on the Pakse golf course.