The main thing I like is the cycling from Savannakhet via Bungva Lake to That Ing Hang. It's a nice 45-60 min ride for a strong rider on a single speed bike. But most anyone could manage it in an hour in a half. The...更多
Travelled here from Savannakhet by scooter via the lake roads, passable but very bumpy at times. We returned via the main road (so did it in a loop) which was much smoother and quicker, albeit less rural and natural.
The temple itself isnt anything amazing...更多
We came here on scooter together with local friends in the middle of the day. It's a hot spot and there's a delicate sort of atmosphere at the pagoda. It seems very authentic with very little traces of renovations and very tainted by the weather...更多
Said to contain a relic of the Buddha, this temple complex is revered by people from both Laos and Thailand. Very quiet but also relatively non-commercial you can feel the atmosphere when you visit. Went by scooter and took about 40 minutes from central Savannakhet.
The best way for enjoying this trip is doing it by bicycle or scooter. There are two roads. I got there from the one that goes around Ban Bungva lake (approx. 15 km from the bus station). Although it is a dirt road, it is...更多
People in Savannaketh believe that That Ing Hang houses a relic of Buddha. Unlike most of the temples in Thailand and Cambodia, the main pagoda is not painted which adds more character to the edifice.
We were talking in whispers while we were there.