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At the beginning of May I stayed at Thongbay Guesthouse for 6 nights after spending 4 1/2 months working in Malaysian Borneo. The guesthouse was an excellent choice. I liked that it was located in a residential area rather than on a street with side...More
We were fortunate to have a four night stay in this beautiful guesthouse. The complex consists of approx. 20 bungalows set within perfectly manicured gardens and the warmest hospitality we experienced on our 31 day tour through Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. This is a family...More
Thongbay Guesthouse is beyond an accommodation where you get a few nights’ sleep and nice breakfasts by the river. It is a rare cultural experience that made me feel that the word ‘hospitality’ wouldn’t fit into the picture. I have to use the word ‘friendship’,...More
We had our own cabin with balcony and an excellent view of the river. If you don't have a river view cabin it wouldn't be as nice a stay.
Room was very comfortable, shower was a hand wand attached to the wall that made it...More
We stayed at Thong Bay Guesthouse at the beginning of our trip to Laos and Cambodia in early May and we had a great stay!
We arrived in Luang Prabang after a long flight from London and were greeted by two friendly staff members at...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.