We used the public transport with no issues to get there. The place is not big, but really good to visit.
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This is my 2nd visit to this site. The first time rain kept me from seeing most of it and completely soaked a good pair of shoes. This time I went better prepared. I wore flip flops knowing the odds were very high that I...More
Other reviewers made great points as to how getting there, I rode in a guide car but road is super bumpy, uneven and dusty, be prepared for that. Sculptures are super interesting and I had a wonderful guide who knew the meaning to all main...More
It was raining when we visited but never-the-less this was an 'interesting' place with a mix of faiths involved. A bit of a 'Disney'ish' feel without the rides etc. Look out for the nose flute player over the fence towards the rear.
The site represents a syncretism of Hindu and Buddhist religions. Laos has a Communist/atheist dictatorial government that has let this sacred site deteriorate after it persecuted its creator. Some statues are broken and most are weathered. However, it is one of the few tourist sites...More