At first I thought that I didn't find the right place, but it actually became all white. There is no sense of vicissitudes of history, a lot of meaning is missing, and it looks very ordinary.
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In fact, as long as you don't enter the lobby of the temple, it is free. The stupa seems to say that there was a jade Buddha in it. This stupa is also an important stupa in Luang Prabang. I think some translators call this pagoda the watermelon pagoda. During this period of time, the friends who watched there said that the pagoda was turned white with powder.
Free travel to Luang Prabang. There are many temples here. I passed by here when I returned by bike. It was near noon. The weather was very hot. There were no tourists. I went around. You need to buy tickets inside. 20000 Kip. I think it’s fine to look outside. Up.
The temple is very well preserved and has a lot of Buddha statues inside, worth a visit
Beside the pagoda, there are also many pagoda altars of various shapes, some of which are pure white, and some are like a quietly sitting house, which is colorful and dazzling.
There are also many small temples in the front yard. There is a large black lotus pagoda in the front yard. This 34-meter-high pagoda was said to have been built by the queen in 1903. There are many small sitting Buddhas.
Preston_Dominguez: Visounnarath Road
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Luang Prabang,Wat Xieng Thong,Mount Phousi,Royal Palace Museum,Wat Mai