Nice buildings. Colorful and historical but could have been a better visit if not under construction. Good location near tourist hotels. Not far from The river. Free entry so why not visit. Convenient and free :-)
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We really enjoy Wat Si Saket very much. It is very rare to see the Wat which is more than five hundred years old and it has been preserved very well. We were impressed that one of the pillars of the Temple has been kept...More
This was well worth the effort of getting to. It was a whole complex of buildings with the monks present doing odd jobs as well as praying.
Only this one temple was saved from burning through the Siamese 200 years ago. So, come here in the late afternoon - it's open till 5 p.m. 10.000 kip There's an active temple around.
If you like Buddha statues, this is the place to go. There's a wall of windows each with a tiny statue. Take a moment and go inside and kneel if front of the large Buddha. Make a donation and you can light a candle or...More
During my trip to Vientiane, Laos on 17 October 2017, I opted for a trip of inner spiritual enhancement. One place that I chose to visit was the Wat Sisaket Buddhist Temple. The sight of the antiquated building never fails to fulfill a visitor’s quest...More
I went right before noon and so wasn't able to enter the temple because it was prayer time. The outside architecture was beautiful and the surrounding hallways were nice, with all the miniature buddhas in wall niches. It's a quick visit, maybe 15-20 min.