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How would you like to come home to this view every day?

Let Viengvada Mekong Residences make this your reality – a stunning view with an ideal location – the best Vientiane has to offer. Enjoy this wonderfully designed community with resort-style amenities, all while living in a stylish and modern home that is extremely comfortable – allowing you to relax, entertain guests or live luxuriously and peacefully. We chose this location because it is away from the noise and hustle of the city but at the same time conveniently located to ensure comfortable living. This exquisite and prime Mekong river-front location of over 3 hectares is located at Ban Nongda, Sikhottabong District. Allow us, through this booklet, to introduce you to a plethora of features, amenities, and functionalities that are part of Viengvada Mekong Residences.

Come, experience resort-style living, in the capital!

About the Project

Viengvada Mekong Residences (VMR) is the largest Mekong riverfront site, with a unique layout – a rare and in Vientiane. It’s located in a fast-developing area and is currently surrounded by both agricultural and residential spaces.

It is a medium-density development. The site will house around 41 individual villas in four main types to deliver high-quality, well-designed and functional properties in a quiet, healthy and safe environment. The entire project will be accessible via a two-lane private bridge with a palm lined driveway connecting to the major concrete road. Over a third of VMR is reserved for spacious shared green spaces, communal facilities such as a swimming pool and gym, driveways, and a security gate.

There are four main types of 2-storey villas:
– Prima d’Or Villa (PO)
– Pavilion Villa (PA)
– Atrium Villa (AT)
– Mekong Breeze Villa (MB)


Decisions on housing types were driven by the idea of high-quality, well-designed properties with efficient land use. Emphasis was also placed on the expected evolution of local tastes in style, interior spaces and features in the short- and medium term, based on trends in international markets.What stands out when you visit Viengvada Mekong Residences is the spatial configuration of the architectural project. Homes are individual and private, intimately interwoven with each other by various tropical plant varieties. The design of driveways and placement of houses are centred around internal park areas, and the resort-style layout helps reduce car speed and is pedestrian-friendly.


A home reflects the personality of its owner. We truly understand the importance of having a home that fits your lifestyle – and we off¬er you the option to personalize all houses to best fit your requirements. Home buyers will be able to personalize their villas by choosing a variety of materials for interior finishing’s. The exterior space around each villa (except Prima d’Or villa) includes a green space to which a private pool can be added. Individually landscaped mini-gardens mark the entrance to each private zone with lavish trees and dense foliage wrapped around the residences.

About the Architect

The Viengvada Mekong Residences has been conceptualized and designed by a renowned architect, Mr. Somphonsack Phayouphorn, Founder and Director of
Saola Architects Sole Co., LTD.

Swiss-Lao architect Mr. Phayouphorn has worked on design, planning and execution of urbanistic, architectural, and landscaping projects. His work has been published in numerous design, lifestyle and architecture magazines around the world. (Facebook Page: Saola Architects Vientiane) We, at Viengvada Residences, are excited to collaborate with the Saola team and look forward to off¬ering you a well designed home that best meets your requirements.Viengvada Mekong Residences exhibits a modern contemporary style with local elements with each freestanding 2floor villa comprising of 3-4 bedrooms. Beside the architect’s team, Viengvada also chose the most competent contractors in the field to ensure that the villas meet international standards of construction, utility installations and finishing. The construction plan has three consecutive phases that are organized carefully to avoid any disturbance to earlier residents.