Timings : 8 AM to 5 PM
Time Required : 4 to 5 hours
Entry Fee : 50,000 LAK per person
The Khone Phapheng is the largest Waterfalls in South East Asia, located on the Mekong river in Champasak province in southern Laos. It consists of hundreds of waterways, streams and cascades of rapids, which gives the name Si Phan Don or Four Thousand Islands to the region. It stretches for over 10 km in length and over one kilometre in width. The highest waterfalls reach up to 21 meters, and the current speed of the rapids are among the highest in the world. It is one of the top attractions among the tourists visiting Don Det and Don Khone islands, and also one of the most expensive destinations in Laos due to its high entrance fees and transportation costs.