Photo: Right by the water.

Photo of Pa Kha GuesthousePa Kha Guesthouse

Budget backpacker

Don Khon, riverfront, 850 m from French bridge T: (031) 260 939 

Pa Kha Guesthouse

Our rating:

Quick links
Our review | Walk-in rates | Address | Map

Located at the north end of the tourist strip near the school, Pa Kha Guesthouse is more in line with the basic bungalow experience that the 4000 Islands—particularly Don Dhet—has become known for.

Agoda coupon: Get an extra 7% off selected properties with the coupon code

Photo of Pa Kha Guesthouse
Here on Don Khon, a single wooden bungalow has four rooms connected by a huge communal balcony overlooking the Mekong. The rooms are basic weathered affairs but do have a tiny private bathroom with hot water shower at a price not commonly found on this island. Rooms have a fan, mosquito net and a window with security bars.

Along with same priced Somphamit Guesthouse, Pa Kha is a backpacker’s best bet for budget on Don Khon. Given the choice between the two, we’d pick Somphamit: it’s more centrally located, right in middle of the strip, and the owners were attentive, while at Pa Kha we were met with disinterest. Both are cheap as chips for this island.


Search hotels in Don Khon

Arriving on:
Leaving on:

Walk-in rates at Pa Kha Guesthouse

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Bungalow fan private bathroom
50,000 kip
50,000 kip
Room: Bungalow fan private bathroom, low season: 50,000 kip, high season 50,000 kip. Notes:

Where is Pa Kha Guesthouse

Pa Kha Guesthouse
Don Khon, riverfront, 850 m from French bridge
T: (031) 260 939 
Coordinates (for GPS): 105º55'37.86" E, 13º58'5.07" N
Room rates: Under US$10

Map for Pa Kha Guesthouse

Open in Apple Maps | Open in Google Maps

Popular attractions in Don Khon

A selection of some of our favourite sights and activities around Don Khon.

Other places to stay

See below for more places to stay in Don Khon that are listed on

Top of page

Like what you see? Then you’ll love our newsletter

The Travelfish newsletter is sent out every Monday and is jammed full of free advice for travel in Southeast Asia. You can see past issues here.

Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Don Khon? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Laos.

Top of page