This is a good stop to enjoy the grounds and taking pictures and the Temple. It has some great history and has been rebuilt many times from all the turmoil in the area. A quite place to sit and reflect.
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At first you might underestimate for what you see but after you point your camera to every corner you will understand why i call this place a photogenic landscape The entrance fee is about 35 baht for foreigner, worth to spend and take pictures
I was lucky when visited Wat Ho Phakeo due to many lao couples did some photoshot. I asked permission for taking pictures of them. the wat has many Buddha statues and great architecture. It is highly recommend place for visit in Vientiane city. It is...More
It is the site to spray of the family king, but now transformed to the museum, many tourists cam for pray, and learning
I can't say enough about this place. The beauty and tranquility of Wat Ho Phakeo will give you immediate pause. Less visited than it's neighbor directly across the street, WHP is far more majestic and serene. Visit during morning or late afternoons as the sunlight...More
We completely enjoyed seeing this beautiful temple of gold and red. We enjoyed a quiet walk through the grounds and visited with some very nice monks-in-training who were also visiting. We have been to many, many Buddhist temples, and this one is one of our...More
With various English spellings Wat Ho Phakeo (ຫໍພະແກ້ວ) is also known as Hor Pha Keo and Ho Prakeo. Perhaps this temple (wat) near Wat Si Saket and the Presidential Palace has various spellings because there are two entrances, though visitors remove shoes to walk in...More