Wat Ho Phakeo, Vientiane
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See religious art of Laos at Wat Ho Phakeo, as well as manuscripts on dried leaf. Although rebuilt, the temple resembles the original one and boasts a 19th century-Bangkok architectural style. In the garden, witness 2,000-year-old stone, which people used in burial ceremonies. The entrance highlights Naga, a mythological snake. A long row of stone Buddha statues, some of which date back to period between 6th and 9th centuries, line the terraces. Two wooden carved doors lead to the congregation hall. Continue to gilded throne, where Emerald Buddha used to be. Put Wat Ho Phakeo on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Vientiane vacation generator.
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他のワットと異なり周囲はきれいな庭園風です。靴を脱いで入る本堂はもきれいに管理されています。内部はちょっとした展示館風で、裏側の扉の彫刻はすばらしいものでした。Unlike the other Watts is a beautiful garden style. Take your shoes off and enter the main hall managed nicely though. A bit of internal exhibition hall style, carved on the back door was great.show original
Vraiment un temple superbe, je recommande cette visite tres populaire ici au Laos ,de nombreux visiteursReally a great temple, I recommend this tour very popular here in Laos, many visitorsshow original
I stopped by this temple at about mid-morning on a day-long walkabout of Vientiane. It's nice. The grounds are well-kept and the entry fee is very affordable (5,000 kip). The staff aren't friendly at ... read more »
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