Four Thousand Sunsets
Just a short distance from a beach, Four Thousand Sunsets is a fancy floating restaurant that serves gastronomic delights and a relaxing experience.
After your adrenaline-pumping trips, chill out and relax at Four Thousand Sunsets where you can taste food not usually served anywhere else in the island. Indulge in their popular dishes — chicken masala fused with pizza and kebab wrap, Thai hinlay curry, and chicken Lahp burger, grilled freshwater fish, herbal sausages, and a number of stir-fried goodness dishes. Take a break from the usual party scene and head over to Four Thousand Sunsets where you can enjoy a lazy time watching the beautiful sunset while drinking ice cold Lao beer.
Four Thousand Sunsets Restaurants is located in Khon, Laos.
Opening Days and Hours
The restaurant is open from 7:00 to 23:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance is free. Prices range from LAK 25,000 to 80,000 (USD 3 to USD 10).
How to Get There
- Fly from Vientiane to Pakse via Lao Airlines.
- From Pakse, board a bus or a minivan to Nakasang.
- From Nakasang, you can reach Don Khon via slow boat.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
Time to Spend
Suggested duration in the restaurant is 1-3 hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Restaurant patrons start to visit the restaurant at around sunset time, so if you want to avoid the large crowd, visit during lunchtime. If you’re planning to have dinner here, make sure to arrive at the restaurant before 18:00 to secure a spot.
Four Thousand Islands serve a variety of dishes not often found in other restaurants in the island. The prices are a little expensive, though.
- Mekong River
- Tat Sophamit
- Kon Phapheng
Two of the main guesthouses are Seng Ahloune Guesthouse and Nongsak Guesthouse. Guesthouses around Don Khon — which has rates ranging from USD 15 to USD 35 — are more expensive compared to Don Det’s rates.
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