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Temples in Laos

Wat Pha Saysettha and Saysettha Stupa

Wat Pha Saysettha and Saysettha Stupa - Attapeu Province

This old pagoda was constructed in 1577 in the village of Pha Meuang at Saysettha's district and represents a crucial moment of Lane Xang's history when King Saysetthathiral was buried.

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Wat Sakhae Temple

Wat Sakhae Temple - Attapeu Province

The ancient temple of Attapeu, the sacred Buddha image of Ongsene is one of the holiest of relicts.

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Wat Jom Khao Manilath

Wat Jom Khao Manilath - Bokeo Province

The Jom Khao Manilat temple is a religious site located on the top of a small mountain that has been built in 1880 in teak and in the Shan style with many bright colors, as these sacred places of Jakarta.

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Wat Phabath

Wat Phabath - Bolikhamxay Province

At 83 km from Vientiane to the south on 13 Road, Wat Phabath is an important place of pilgrimage that houses a shrine containing  a huge " foot print " of Lord Buddha. Lao's People believe that when someone is passing this place, he must stop himself for a while to pray the spirits for a good trip.

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Wat Phonsanh

Wat Phonsanh - Bolikhamxay Province

Located near 'Wat Phabath'. This temple overlooking the Mekong river is known for his festival "Bang Fai Phayanak" or "Naga Rocket", a mysterious and still unexplained phenomenon, which occurs every year during the 15th day of the 11th month of the Buddhist lunar calendar.

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Wat Phu

Wat Phu - Champasack Province

To the south of Pakse,The Vat Phou temple classified in the UNESCO World Heritage in 2002, is part of one of the most beautiful tourism sites to visit in Laos.

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Wat Xieng Thong

Wat Xieng Thong - Luang Prabang Province

The National Museum, constructed in 1904. Various royal religions objects are displayed in the large entrance hall. Many gifts from foreign envoys (including a rock brought back from the moon!) and religious and cultural artifacts are on display here including the 14th century gold Phabang (Buddha image) from which Luang Prabang derives its name.

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Haw Pha Kaew

Haw Pha Kaew - Vientiane Municipality

Haw Phra Kaew is a former temple in Vientiane municipality in Laos. It is situated on Setthathirath Road, at the southeast of Wat Si Sakhet.

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Pha That Luang

Pha That Luang - Vientiane Municipality

Most sacred monument in Laos and a crucial place to visit in Vientiane, the Pha That Luang symbolizes both the Buddhist religion and Lao sovereignty. This national monument is a square golden stupa 48 meters wide and 45 meters high. It is supposed to contain a hair of Buddha.

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Vat Si Muang

Vat Si Muang - Vientiane Municipality

Located at the corner of Setthathirath and Samsenthai Avenue in Vientiane in Laos, the vat Si Muang was destroyed in 1828 and rebuilt by the Siamese in 1915.

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Vat Sisakhet

Vat Sisakhet - Vientiane Municipality

Built in the capital of Laos, in Vientiane in 1818 by order of King Anouvong (Chao Anou), the temple (Vat) of Sisakhet houses around 6400 Buddhas and is the only one to have been spared during the Siamese invasion in 1827.

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