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An experience we will never forget
March 24, 2012

VIENTIANE

Vientiane used to be capital of the Kingdom of Lan Xang literally “Million Elephants”, Laos PDR nowadays. This little quiet town is said to be the most romantic city in Southeast Asia with beautiful colonial buildings, ancient temples and colorful market. Traveling around Vientiane on a tuk-tuk offers an enjoyable discovery. You will be amazed at the golden roofs of its splendid temples, old buildings stamped with French colonial architecture or the striking Triumphal Arch (locally called "Patouxai") in front of the President Palace. A number of architectural masterpieces are waiting for you!

    Wat Sisaket

    Wat Si Saket is a Buddhist wat in Vientiane, Laos. It is situated on Lan Xang Road, at the corner with Setthathirat Road, to the northwest of Haw Phra Kaew...

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    Lao - Thai Friendship Bridge

    This is the first Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge crossing over the Mekong River, connecting Nong Khai in Thailand with Vientiane in Laos. The bridge is around 20km from...

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    Pha That Luang

    Pha That Luang (or That Luang Stupa or Stupa Luang) is an impressive gold-covered Buddhist stupa in the centre of Vientiane, Laos. First built in 3rd century, the stupa ...

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    Patouxai

    The Patouxai or Arch of Victory is popularly known as “anusawali” (Laos’s word for "monument"), It commands a premier location at the end of Lane Xang Road ...

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    Haw Pha Kaew

    The Haw Phra Kaew was first built between 1565 and 1556 during the reign of King Setthathirath in the old capital of Laos. This temple formerly housed the Emerald Buddha ...

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    Buddha Park

    The Buddha Park is situated in a Mekong River’s meadow of around 25km from Vientiane downtown. This sculpture park is not a temple (Wat), yet sometimes is...

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