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Sisaket temple is one of the oldest temple located at the center location of Vientiane, capital city of Laos that is still in its original form.
The opening hours are from 8:00 am till 16:00 everyday of the week and entrance fee is 10,000 KIP...More
Very nice and popular Buddha temple in Vientiane and a lot of local came dressed in their traditional costume to make merit. Ladies must be properly dressed to access the temple and man should wear Long pants if possible to be respectful
Nice little stop for viewing the outside. They charge to go into the grounds and the ticket is needed for admission into the museum. The museum is dark with not much to see with very little English labeling. Some historical artefacts that were dug out...More
Wat Sisaket is a really unique little temple with an amazing atmosphere and incredibly charming murals. Unfortunately it is not in the best repair- but look out for the patches of restoration in the buddha niche walls, both in the outside cloister and inside the...More
An historic site, spared by the Siamese invaders, who razed much of the rest of Vientiane. Interesting museum in the cloister around the Sim. I was irritated that photos were not permitted in the Sim, and found the reasons given a bit far fetched. (If...More
This place was very interesting. When we first walked in, we had to pay an entrance fee which wasn't that bad, and there was a man that had drawings which were very beautiful and detailed. Inside the general area of the Wat, you could go...More