Vangkham, a new tourist destination in Saravan Province of Laos, is expected to be opened for public by the coming Lao Lunar New Year's celebration in April, according to Lao News Agency.
Vangkham is an ecotourism site built around the Se Set river between Natu and Kaleng villages of Saravan district.

Saravan deputy governor Phothong Khammanivong and his delegation visited the area on Jan 26 to inspect the progress of the improvement work. Based on the progress made so far, the site is expected to open as scheduled.

Somchay Ounchit, a member of the National Assembly representing Saravan Province, who is also Director of the Information, Culture and Tourism Department, said that the improvements of Vangkham began in December last year.

The concept of the Vangkham tourist area is similar to Vang Vieng, a main tourist attraction of Vientiane Province.

The Vangkham tourist area will provide tourists, among other attractions, with floating restaurants that will cruise along the Se Set river.

Also currently underway is the construction of several viewpoints for tourists, art and cultural promotions, and the construction of public facilities.

Vangkham, new tourist site in Saravan to open in April - Thai PBS English News