It is located opposite to the Wat Sisaket. The entrance fee is 10,000 kips. In my opinion, It is not many things to see. But if you have time or you are Buddhist, then it is no harm to see.
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It is a long long and interesting history on Pra Keo famous Emerald Bhuddha of Laos and Thailand-now ended up in Wat Pra Keo Bangkok Whatever the history the place is beautiful calm dignified place to visit to appreciate the history of Laos and Lan...More
Entrance fee applies and also dress code, however it is worth the visit for the temple is beautiful inside and the grounds are also nicely kept.
As you will learn--this is the home of the Emerald Buddha except that it was taken to Thailand like two hundred years ago. So other than that story this is pretty much a typical temple. Beautiful place--but the temples do begin to look alike after...More
Since it is located next to Wat Sisaket, which is a must do destination in Vientiane, you may as well have a look at this temple too. Entrance fee is below 1 $. It houses a very tiny museum with some interesting steles, otherwise nothing...More
We visited Wat Siskaset and then found this temple across the street. It's a fairly small temple and there wasn't so much to see so we only spent around 15 minutes there but it's a beautiful temple nonetheless! There were signs saying it cost 5000...More
This is the wat where the emerald Buddha was in situ until moved to Bangkok by the Thais. There are numerous artifacts, primarily Buddhas. here
This temple was built to house the statue of the smaragd Buddha which had been brought to Laos from Chiang Mai. The original temple was built of wood, it was destroyed - like so many other temples - by the Siamese invasion. The statue can...More
Yet another temple! Quite imposing from the outside with lots of gold, yet modern tiled steps leading up. We visited on a Peregrine tour so fee was included. Don't know whether it's worth the small entrance fee to get in, as you see enough from...More