A visit to Wat Sisaket is a must; built in 1818
The site of the lak meuang or pillar-stone of Vientiane. Vientiane Capital is the home to the most significant national monument in Laos : That Luang (Great Stupa). And Wat Si Muang.
Wat Xieng Khouan. Vietnam embassy Afghanistan. Vietnam embassy Angola. Vietnam embassy Algeria. Better known as the Buddha Park should not be missed: take a tuk-tuk to this unique park that includes Buddhist and Hindu.
000 AD. This is one of the oldest temples in Vientiane. The main sights in Vientiane are only a short walk or bicycle ride from most hotels. Known for its 16th century bronze Buddha sheltered by a carved wooden masterpiece.
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The Wat Si Muang is the home to the guardian spirit of the city. Other Buddhist holy places are Wat Ong Teu Mahavihan. Wall-hangings and other decorative pieces. Including traditional Lao style of the "Calling for Rain" and "Offering Protection". Vientiane Capital has a recorded history that stretches back to around 1. Keep your eyes open for traditional wood carvings.
Of the many beautiful Wats in Vientiane. Which displays an interesting mixture of revolutionary and contemporary exhibitions. Across the street from Wat Sisaket houses a beautiful collection of Buddha statues. Spend a morning in the Lao National Museum. Located on a curve of the Mekong River. Vietnam embassy American Samoa. Try one of the many upscale galleries in city center. The area was originally settled because of the fertility of the surrounding alluvial plains.
Which is the symbol of Lao sovereignty and an icon of Buddhism in Laos. For very fine handicrafts.