Photo: Pretty light by the river, Sekong.

Things to see and do

Waterfalls near Sekong

If you’re heading down to Attapeu anyway (or even if you’re not), there are some waterfalls to seek out on the way. ... Read more about Waterfalls near Sekong .

Keng Luang rapids
Around 13km north of Sekong

The trip out is as scenic as the rapids themselves. In the dry season, there really isn't enough water flowing along the river to make the rapids look particularly special, but in the wet season the river rises substantially. The turnoff to the rapids is eight kilometres north of Sekong on route 16. From the turnoff it's another five-and-a-half kilometres down a dirt track. The track starts ... Read more about Keng Luang rapids .

No pic at the moment -- Sorry!

Over the years, we had expected to see these treks become more and more popular, but as of our last visit, the whole place is still empty. Sekong province is divided into four districts -- Lamam, where the capital city of Sekong is located (known locally as Muang Lammam). Then there are Kaleum, Tha Teng and Darkcheung districts. As of a census count in 2000, there were reportedly 273 ... Read more about Trailblazers' Fact Sheet .

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