The surroundings are very quiet, and are more in line with the temperament of the temple than tourist attractions. The murals in the temple are exquisite, brightly colored, and very eye-catching. A large branch outside and the temple contrast with each other
The Sangkharat Buddha, an extremely lofty Buddha in the Lao Buddhist world, was worshipped before. There are two ancient and huge Bodhi trees in the courtyard, which are the most important spiritual shrine in Luang Prabang.
Wat Aham (阿汉寺) is facing the back of Phousi Hill. The cart went in, and there was no one everywhere, some deserted. The golden pagoda next to the main hall is eye-catching.
Two very vicissitudes of stupa guard this Thai-style temple. It’s not time to go, the door is closed, a little regretful.
Next to Vesunarat Temple, the appearance is very simple. The temple is the place where the highest elders of Xiaochen Buddhism in Laos live, so it is natural to be respected. There are two huge linden trees standing silently in the temple. When the locals have troubles, they will come to talk with the trees under the linden trees. After the fragrance of the vanilla bell is exhausted, return to a normal heart.
Preston_Dominguez: Kingkitsarath Road, Luang Prabang 0600
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Luang Prabang,Wat Xieng Thong,Mount Phousi,Royal Palace Museum,Wat Mai