The Distinctive Quality of Wat Xieng Thong

Built in the 16th century by King Saysethathirath, Luang Prabang’s Wat Xieng Thong is the crowning jewel in its collection of temples and a masterpiece of Buddhist architecture.
Located close to the meeting point of the Mekong River and Nam Khan River, it was originally constructed to organize the highest royal ceremony and houses the funeral vehicle of the former King.
Photo-genetic from both the inside and outside, it seems more than logical to include this temple in any of your Laos proposals.

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