The place is really beautiful. But you can't take ur bags, camera,no photos allowed.you have to keep ur stuff in the locker. No outside food and drinks is allowed
About Royal Palace Museum
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You will have to pay admission fee in the main gate and drop your any kind of bags and/or purse (there are free locker rooms) to enter the palace. NO any kind of photographs and footwear allowed inside the palace. The museum's collection are mostly...More
we had a guide but most items have a sheet which includes an English description so could do this on your own. There is a big statue of the king.
LAK30,000 entrance fee. No cameras and bags allowed inside the museum. There are lockers provided for you to safely store your belongings. Take a look at how the royal family of Laos lived as you walk through the palace (now a museum) and imagine how...More
We were lucky to have a guide who could explain Laos history when we visited the compound that housed the former Royal Palace. Since the Communists took over the country, the last King was reported to have disappeared mysteriously. The palace is relatively simple and...More
This is in the old town and you'll walk past this place a number of times anyway, if you staying in the vicinity. So no harm strolling in for a quick look.
Slowly stroll around the museum-once a royal residence. There are hundreds of Buddha images made of gold, silver or painted on various walls and right at the back where few people go is a car collection and don't forget the carriages. The gardens is a...More
A really interesting museum. Its small and packed with lovely mosaic work. Open in the morning and the afternoon 1.30-4.0 pm.
It was great to explore the royal palace museum and get a nice history of Laos. Be aware that both males and females have to wear clothes that cover the legs when walking through the museum. Also, check out the royal cars and boats, very...More