The best part about our visit to Vientiane! Very emotional visit because of the heartbreaking backround story but very educational and important to know. Go.
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We found the exhibition very interesting and thoughtfully organised. We would have been happy to pay an entry fee ( we gave a donation) especially when compared with some of the other places we have paid to visit in Laos. At least we would know...More
great place if you want to see more about the secret war with writings, pictures and videos all in english language (and Lao). be sure to stop by the gift shop to help donate to this great trust. also has little food stall.
We visited the Cope Centre on our first day in Vientiane and it made a very powerful impression on everyone in our group. We were largely unaware of the ongoing difficulties faced by Laos because of the unexplored bombs dropped during The Vietnam War and...More
As a middle aged European my knowledge of the scale and extent of the American bombing of Laos in the 60s and 70s was rudimentary. A visit to COPE was both sobering and educational. Pouring with rain so we could take our time and watch...More
COPE Visitor Centre was top of our list of places to visit in Vientiane and was the first place we visited. Visitor Centre is a small part of the National Rehabilitation Centre but a few minutes spent in the small Visitor Centre soon conveys a...More
A small but well set up exhibition which will shock you with the extent of what has happened in Laos. It's a really great cause and everyone should make time for a visit.
This is a relatively small visitor centre but does give a fair oversight of the effect that the Vietnam War had (and continues to have) on Laos. If in Vientiane it is worth a visit but you don't need to allocate more than a couple...More