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We went on a Sunday morning. The vibe was relax and the monks tied some bracelets to our wrists (my 3 kids, my wife and I). We asked the monks for photos of them tying bracelets to my kids and they accepted. The outside sites...More
This colourful temple was constructed in 1563, in what was then the Kingdom of Lan Xang.
It was built on the ruins of a Khmer era Hindu temple, and you can see some remains of this behind the ordination hall.
I have read of a...More
I went to vientaine for business and having the spare time before the departure flight back.
This temple is very popular for laos people as well as foreigners. I feel calm and peaceful in the temple. As loas people told me while respect to Buddha,...More
This is definitely the best temple to visit as it i full of local
Laos people . They are praying or getting blessings from the monks or throwing the sticks for telling the future or lifting the lotus headed heavy little Buddha , all very...More
Whereas Vientiane's other temples are more like museums, with entry fees and roped-off areas, this place is very much the layman's go-to shrine for prayer and offerings. As a practising temple this means a lot of people coming in and out who aren't tourists, so...More