Location: Located within the lush tropical landscape of Laos along the Nam Pak River.
History: Discovered some years ago, the resort was created in the perfect location boasting a hot natural spring, a river rich in local life, a traditional salt mine, and a small mountain village.
Service: Privacy and five-star service including all dining, activities and experiences tailored to your needs with butlers when required.
This boutique lodge offers a private and authentic Laos experience with only five wooden villas and 10 bedrooms, designed with traditional architectural features and created to be a retreat away from it all within a lush tropical landscape. Tropical gardens, rivers, rice fields, numerous and varied local tribes, butterflies, incredible rich fauna and flora, this secluded hideaway offers the best in rest and relaxation. With a natural hot spring, a beautiful flowing river and private corners at every turn, leave the hustle and bustle of daily life behind and step into a world of traditional culture. Dine on Laos cuisine or foray into fine dining on a private island, take excursions to discover the local tribes and culture or enjoy massages, hot springs and everything a retreat should offer. Eat, sleep, drink and relax.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Traditional in design, the five wooden villas are adorned with touches of Laos withwhite-washed walls, polished wooden floors and furniture crafted by local creators from Oudom Xai. Each room is named after a local tribe and decorated with their unique tribal touches including art, sculptures and throws, and comes with its own modern bathroom mixing wood, granite and stained terrazzo and offering a shower seat or bath as well as a private terrace or balcony with views to the hot spring, river of butterfly filled gardens.
Each room in the available villas is named after a local tribe and decorated with their unique tribal touches including art, sculptures and throws, and comes with its own modern bathroom mixing wood, granite and stained terrazzo and offering a shower seat or bath as well as a private terrace or balcony with views to the hot spring, river of butterfly filled gardens.
An endless array of facilities and activities are available at Muang La Resort from relaxation to adventure, all of which can be tailored to individual needs.
Offering the Workshop of Tastes, visitors may experience a traditional Laos market to purchase fresh ingredients, followed by hands-on cooking conducted by the resident Chef who reveals the secrets of Laos herbs, spices and vegetables to make authentic and delicious recipes.
For those just married or those seeking a true Laos experience (or a true Laos wedding), the Baci Ceremony is one of happiness, strength and prosperity where the couple have their wrists tied with strings of cotton, bestowing them with health, happiness and other wishes.
As the sun goes down, guests will be immersed in the sounds of the jungle and the lights of the night’s stars with a glass of champagne. With several locations, the sunset deck includes the choice of the edge of the rice fields, a small island in the middle of the river, within the tropical garden, in the peaceful rainforest or on the banks of the Nam Pak River.
Set in a lush tropical garden, relax and unwind in the hot water spring, guests can enjoy a variety of massages, or experience the aromatic sauna. This is the ideal way to experience rest and relaxation.
From the deep traditional influences of the mostly unknown Laos cuisine, take a journey through traditional dishes to modern interpretations.
Located on a small island facing the resort and housed in a traditional wooden building, La Sala offers an exclusive experience of fine dining covering Lao, Asian and European flavours.
Discover the joy of Laos cuisine, fused with other Asian cultures for a modern edge. With a different menu every night, the restaurant offers the chance to enjoy your meals wherever you like, playing on the name ‘transient’ - for a unique experience, dine with local villagers for a true Laos evening.
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