Vieng Xay seems to be completely off the tourist path which is such a shame considering the rich history and stunning landscape. The town is small, but spread out, and surrounded by limestone peaks and cliffs that have hundreds of caves. 7 caves are open to the public and a guide will take you around, accompanied by a very informative audio guide. My guide spoke great English, answered all my questions, and we were able to take things slowly since I had a motorbike to get between sites. Tours run at 9AM and 1PM unless you want to pay more for a tour off the regular time. Highly recommend for people wanting to learn even more about the Secret War and how Laotians continued their lives and war while living in caves for 9 years.
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