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My family (Mum, Dad, 11, 9, 7) visited this Wat and we thought the intricate details on the walls were incredible. We spent a long time here looking at the beautiful craftsmanship on each of the different buildings. Children were free.
The single buildings are not too large. The interesting part lies in the details, however there were no explanations in English so you don't know the history behind.
During our visit there was a large tent in the middle of the place with some 'golden'...More
This temple is just in the middle of the town where we learnt local daily life, and easily reached the most of other attractions by walking only a few minutes. We went to morning alms giving as well, there were many people on the street...More
We visited on a very hot day in April. However, we enjoyed our visit. This wat is not like the big one in Bangkok but the its structure is quite different with much gold!
Wat Xieng Thong is one of the most important of Lao...More
Beautiful temple in middle of town. The gave me a lovely skirt to wear to be respectful. The temple had many pretty paintings and steps down to the river. I had just come from Bangkok and had my fill of temples but this was unique...More
As the title suggests this is like any temple you find in Thailand or Cambodia and has enough similarities to any you find in the rest of South East Asia to comfortably miss if your itinerary is tight.
This temple site located along the Mekong River is very beautiful. The outside of the buildings are so colorful with the ceramic tile designs. Gorgeous, hard to believe they are all original. Inside where all the Buddha’s are, made out of lots of different materials,...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.