Nicksa is offering five bungalows. Four of them are quite the same like everywhere in Muang Ngoi. But they are a little bit spacier and have especially a bigger balcony than most of the rest in town. There is one bungalow which has two beds, one single and one double with a very big veranda. All bungalows have mossie nets, hammocks and so on. The bathroom is spacy and clean. There are two squat toilets. Nicksa runs also an restaurant. The owners are friendly and helpful. The view is very nice, not the best in town but also not the worst. Bungalows cost between 20.000 and 32.000 (the big one) Kip. We stayed there in November 2006.
#1Christoph has been a member since 13/12/2006. Posts: 2
Posted by Christoph on 14/12/2006 at 03:48
Sorry, I forget to write, that Nicksa's place is located in Muang Ngoi, Luang Prabang Province, Laos.
#2Christoph has been a member since 13/12/2006. Posts: 2
Actually Nicksa's place was on sales on my last visit. I remember a reasonable price as well, if there is an adventurer beeing interested starting something in Laos... Might be a bit lonely there some times of the year though.
His Bungalows are as good as others and his familiy, wife and doughter real nice.
Another great option to stay is also the BANANA Guesthouse in Muang Ngoi. Most people call the owners Mama and Papa. They have three children helping out and prepare good food as well. Also on the river side
#3marakusch has been a member since 4/4/2007. Posts: 22
Posted by bunge on 22/11/2008 at 16:03
We stayed at Nicksa's in Muang Ngoi in November 08, and would recommend it to anyone. The bungalows are clean, and ours had a large attached bathroom western-style toilet (with bucket-flush). But the highlight was the quiet location and two comfortable hammocks with views over the Nam Ou. The family that run the guesthouse are friendly and relaxed. We were charged 50,000 kip per night. We moved there from the Lattanavongsa and found Nicksa's to be better value, and more relaxing.
#4bunge has been a member since 13/8/2008. Posts: 1
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