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Chao Anouvong Park, Vientiane

Categories: Nature & Parks
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3.1/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Admire a bronze statue of Chao Anouvong, the final ruler of the Lao kingdom at Chao Anouvong Park, arguably the park's main attraction. Wander through the greenery and immerse yourself in the local culture by taking a look at the various monuments and searching through the markets-- a must see in this area. You'll find a wide choice of gifts and souvenirs here, and remember to prepare loose change for the restrooms. You'll even find exercise gear here if you want to join in with the locals. Put Chao Anouvong Park into our Vientiane holiday planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Vientiane.
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  • 这个景点在湄公河旁边 人像指着河对岸 表示痛失土地给泰国人了 很有趣的雕像 周围放了很多小马和大象 很多人去 中午去的话略晒 
  • Most of the night life is around the area... start off with the evening by the riverside, whereby there will be many exercise groups doing dance aerobics... watch the sunset over the Mekong river, whi...  read more »
  • Pretty nice place, one might say, in the Center. Have been here in the evening, you can buy all sorts of things on the market. Assume that the day is good here to take refuge from the heat
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  • It's a wonderful place. Before 5pm, the road here is still open for vehicles to access, but after that it's closed for Riverside goers. A lots come here to jog and go for aerobic. The Park also houses Vientiane's Night Market.
  • The park itself is fine but the market is nothing special it's just filled with cheap junk and clothes.
  • Nice park for pic-nics or some fitness. Good atmosphere.
  • One of the best and biggest park in Vientiane lots of activities to do especially the night market
  • Nice view near Mekong river. Awesome.
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