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Secluded deep in a remote and naturally beautiful setting in the southern-most province of Laos, this boutique ecolodge offers travellers a unique travel experience and destination. Backed by the Bolaven Plateau, charming Kingfisher Ecolodge edges Ban Kiat Ngong Wetlands, part of the Xe Pian Natural Protected Area, one of Laos’ most bio-diverse rich areas and one of Indochina’s most important zones for water birds. Here, it’s possible to experience up-close the authentic local Lao lifestyle and nature, while based in a low impact, environmentally-committed resort.
All 16 of the stilted bungalow accommodations are stand-alone, spacious and private, constructed with traditional building techniques and locally-sourced quality materials, designed with modern concepts and architecture. With floor-to-ceiling glass frontage and a veranda, guests can admire unrivalled views of the Ramsar-protected wetlands and lowland forests bordering the property. Dining options feature a two-storey, open-air restaurant built on stilts over a serene pond, or candlelit dinners in a private sala. Overnight private island glamping amid the 4,000 Islands and bird watching at sunrise are just some of the magical activities in this nature wonderland.
Kiat Ngong Village, Champasak Province, Laos
Located near a village bordering Ban Kiat Ngong Wetlands in southern Laos
This eco-friendly, low impact resort seamlessly merges with the naturally beautiful surrounds of southern Laos
Resting on stilts over a serene pond, the rustic-style restaurant is an idyllic spot to enjoy all-day dining and sunset cocktails
At Kingfisher Ecolodge, guests are continually immersed in the sights and sounds of lush nature
Set amidst verdant greenery, the spacious raised verandas make an ideal spot to reflect on another magical day in Laos
Comfy canopied beds are thoughtfully positioned to maximise sunrise views across the serene wetlands
The resort pool is a refreshing spot to admire unobstructed views of the Ramsar protected Kiet Ngong Wetlands