Vieng Sing Guesthouse
Old and cheap
What we say:
Formerly known as Muang Sing Guesthouse, Vieng Sing really hasn't changed that much over the years. Tucked behind an imposing wooden Tai Lue house is the more conventional-looking concrete Vieng Sing. Rooms are small and basic, but quite clean and looking a little dilapidated these days, with a fan and saggy old bed with mosquito net. Some have hot water bathrooms with Western toilet while others must use the shared facilities down the end of the corridor. This place is suffering from the lack of tourists in town these days and the fact that newer hotels with large capacities have sprung up. This means you should be able to get a discount on the quoted price, especially for the rooms with shared bathrooms. Check out the view from the roof!
Contact details:Main road across from Tai Lu restaurant, Muang Sing.
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan share b'room||40,000 Kip||40,000 Kip|
|Dbl fan private b'room||40,000 Kip||40,000 Kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 28th September, 2004
Last visited or updated on: 22nd October, 2012
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now has electricity & hot showers. rooms & bedding are clean, & rooms can be padlocked from the outside. no sign of internet, but plenty of info in Korean & Japanese. rooftop has view of Wat Sing Jai & the town & is good for stargazing at night.
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