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Inside and outside of this temple are both beautiful and well worth a visit. However, it is oldest temple in Luang Prabang and on almost every visitors list so be prepared for a lot of people.
However, this can not detract from the glorious decoration...More
We visited the temple last year in December. We went to the temple at noon and did not go to watch the Monks alms giving ceremony which takes place in the early morning. There is an entrance fee for the visitors and the fee is...More
Extremely impressive and also beautifully decorated temple. Easily the largest, and so take a little time to enjoy all sides with these. You'll find a couple of little buildings surrounding the primary temple to see too. The mosaic artwork is spectacular and unlike some other...More
This's most famed monastery in Luang Prabang with lower sweeping roof plus breathtaking murals inside, gold stencil function over the wall space, exquisite rare reclining Buddha as well as many Stupas. There's admission ticket as well as dress code. As this's a big complex one...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.