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You can get a great view from the street, and it is worth a view, and perhaps a few photos. I would recommend taking this in on your way to visit other sights, rather than going on a separate trip to see this. You can’t...More
Perched at one end of the street that has the Patuxai monument at the other, this pleasing structure may not be open to the public, but it's nice to admire through the gates, and you can get some good photos of it. It's right next...More
One thing that strikes you around Vientiane is the architecture and splendour of the public ministry's and buildings. They stand out from the other privately owned buildings. The Presidential Palace is no exception and you can see it from the back and the front but...More
This building is certainly well worth viewing. I did not go inside for a lack of time, but I did visit around it and took pictures and video. The side of the building that faces the Mekong is far more "photogenic" Good to see.
Laos is an interesting country. You are not allowed to take photos in the museums. But you can freely take photos of the Presidential Palace. There are no guards around to disturb you. In a socialist country with many restrictions for tourists this is simply...More
Closed to public for obvious reasons, the Presidential Palace is quite a picturesque icon in Lane Xang street. The best angle for taking photo would be from the middle of Lane Xang/Samsenthai T-junction. At night, blue-purpleish LED lights luminate the edge of the palace.