Our tuk tuk driver for the afternoon took us here. It's in the middle of nowhere but not that far from Savannakhet. It's an old temple complex with a large stupa. As far as I could tell, all of the notice are in Lao so I could not read them. Apart from one sign that said one area was for... 更多
According to the local, this is a very popular place for local to pray Once step into this place, you will have a relax mind, didn't hear any other noises, peaceful, although didn't spent lots of time there, but felt quite comfortable
While this place isn't remarkable in appearance, I really enjoyed it. It's nice to see local people at prayer without the constant flow of tourists you can get in other places in Asia. I would recommend if you have a few hours to kill whilst in the town. Beady to combine with a nice lunch by the lake on the... 更多
Although not grand and super majestic like its famous cousin the that luang stupa in Vientiane, This stupa here in Savannakhet is worth a visit while your in the province. Theres not much to see and not very many tourists around, but if your inclined to see one of Laos many historical ancient structures, this is it. Many buddha artifacts... 更多
After seeing many tourist sites in SE Asia, That Ing Hang was refreshingly honest. The historic, revered feeling I got there made me feel peaceful but at the same time made me really want to learn and understand more about why this temple is so important to the locals. I would recommend if possible, to visit with a local person... 更多
To some, That Ing Hang may seem a little tired but its naturally worn state adds to it's charm. In addition to the normal merit making activities there are a selection of local ladies selling snacks including kanom chine, corn, sticky rice - take time to sit with them and enjoy :)
Stayed 4 days in Savanakhet, visited all the sights in 1 day, 200km on a motor bike, should have been done over 2-3 days given the condition of the so called roads (pics below). This place was first on our list. A wonderful example of untouched South East Asian history, still very much in use, there were lots of monks... 更多
This temple is alive. Young and old come to oraya, monks do ceremonies, cows walk around, the gong is hitten. Palmares around the stupa. Not touristic but real Laotian.