Big Waterfall Khone Phapheng
Watch the fishermen effortlessly jump from rock to rock through the rapids as they tend to their traps. Listen to the water roaring over Khone Phapheng falls, the largest falls in Southeast Asia and the reason boats can’t transverse the Mekong to China. The falls are home to the huge, and endangered, plabuck catfish, which can grow up to 3m (10 feet.) The fee to enter the falls for foreigners is 55,000 kip ($6.60 USD) and includes a shuttle around the property.