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This temple was actually pretty cool. This temple had a few more aspects then all the others we went to - with quite a few different sections and with a variety. I would recommend a tour guide, as it would’ve been interesting to hear more...More
A good interesting temple. I would reccomend a tour guide and it would be nice to have some information be put around the temple as it would be nice to know some more information. Worth a visit though.
This's the greatest temple complex in Luang Prabang. You are able to provide a miss to others as they're significantly less appealing or perhaps as large as this particular one. However as compared to other temples in Thailand otherwise wear, it also appears small. Nevertheless,...More
Visiting Wat Xieng Thong is essential for every trip to Luang Prabang. The structure of the key "sim" or building, dating from 1560, as it's known as is stunning. The sweeping roofs look as a bird in flight, the interiors admittedly are very black still...More
That is what I felt wandering around this temple area. This is one of the most important temples in Luang Prabang. It was built around 1560. I loved the mosaic decorations, on the outside walls of the temple, made with colored mirrored glass.
During our stays in Asia we had seen several temples in Singapore, Hongkong, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Laos. This temple is the main temple of Luang Prabang and worth to pay 20'000 Kip. A beautiful temple surrounded by some other religious buildings. Worth to stay...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.