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About Kingfisher Lodge
Our property is immersed in nature and in a peaceful location bordering the Xe Pian National protected forest overlooking the Ban Kiat Ngnong Ramsar protected wetlands. We are also perfectly located for a visit to the little known historical site of Phu Asa perched on a nearby hill a short walk away. Our access to some of the last remaining elephants in Southern Laos makes a visit all the more appealing.
Enjoy one of our 7 spacious comfort or 9 deluxe stilted, individual, private bungalows where traditional building techniques and locally sourced materials are blended with modern concepts and architecture. Each bungalow has its own unrivalled view of the unique wetlands that border the property. The front of each bungalow is made with glass inviting an abundance of natural light to flood the room.
The bed is positioned to maximize the sunrise view, allowing guests to watch as the sun ascends over the serene horizon that extends to the mist-draped forest in the distance giving an incomparable sense of space. All bungalows are equipped with a comfortable double or twin bed and hot water supplied by a solar panel heating system. A vanity unit accompanies the individual toilet and shower arrangement. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided for guests’ convenience, air conditioning and mini bar are also provided in our deluxe bungalows. A spacious veranda complements a luxurious lounger for a relaxing stay.
Sustainability at Kingfisher
Here at Kingfisher we are dedicated to making our operations as sustainable as possible with the resources we have available in this remote location. In recent times we have really made moves forward to become even more sustainable.
- Member of Refill not Landfill and have refillable bottles and a refill station in the lodge for all our guests
- Single use plastic free lodge, glass water bottles in all rooms
- Provide much needed jobs to local villagers
- Much of our produce is sourced locally
- Much of the lodge is powered by solar including hot water for showers and our boardwalk lighting
In addition to our sustainability efforts we are big proponents of responsible tourism and are currently working with the mahouts and their elephants in the village to eradicate riding providing them with a bright future. We are working towards setting up an elephant sanctuary to protect some of the last remaining elephants in Laos. Over the years we have helped out in the local village to assist them to have better lives. This began with the financial support of significant improvements at the local school, we have also undertaken road building projects and supported local festivals.
School Development Program
Plastic Free Rooms
Supporting Great Initiatives
Solar Hot Water
Providing Jobs for Local People