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Old temple. Very beautiful architecture and every wall is covered with intricate artwork, much of it small ceramic or stone designs. A very peaceful and meditative place, with a feeling of long history.
One of the most pleasant choices that are included with drive to Luang Prabang is a long and slow walk along Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. Wat Xieng Thong is situated near the confluence of the waterways. It is built on elevated platform thus one...More
Third visit to Luang Prabang and really I come to sit in this temple and soak up Buddhist culture. Its beauty and meditative calm capture me completely so I stop and remember to just be in the here and now and feel well. Such a...More
This is one of the largest temple complexes in Luang Prabang, and is filled with tourists. They do charge a 20,000kip entrance fee, and if you don’t have appropriate attire, you will need to hire coverups to get in, which are an extra charge, so...More
This is a beautiful temple area with a number of smaller buildings. All are ornately decorated with small tiles making mosaics. There is also a number of places where a very vivid green is used as the decoration. All in all a must see location...More
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This temple is not crowded because there are many more temples here. Sitting is easy, outside of the buildings are possible. Another good place is near the Mekong river across the entrance. Hope this helps.