You can't possibly miss this temple as it's located at the heart of Luang Prabang, next to the National Museum (The Royal Palace). This temple provides a very beautiful backdrop for great photos, especially when taken from the opposite Mount Phousi, when the night market is setting up.
Located right in front of the entrance of the Royal Palace Museum grounds, this ornate building is also known as Wat Ho Pha Bang. It was built to enshrine the statue of the Buddha after which this town is named, the Phra Bang Buddha. Entry is however not permitted into the building.
It is the National Museum of Laos, now sits at the entrance to the Royal Palace. Seen from outside, it is resplendent and magnificent; looked from inside, it is majestic and silence. The Palazzo Reale was built by King Sisavangvong. It contains a big hall for King being crowned, King's bedroom and Queen's bedroom, and a study room. The Queen's...
Can't mistake a Wat for a Palazzo!!! This beautiful gold gilded temple sits at the entrance to the Royal Palace, now the National Museum. It is closed to the public as it usually houses one of the most sacred objects in all of Laos, the Phabang a golden Buddha image. This wat mkes a beautiful photo op.
Beautiful building that is all, nothing really special because other temple got more charmed than this. For the National Museum itself, is most saddest thing that I have ever seen for a museum of Royal family. Beside of great hall, the lack of information is really kill the experience. Not enough information from the front about what to wear and...