Laos Sights

Wat Sisaket Museum

  • Setthathirat Rd. at Ave. Lane Xang Map It
  • Vientiane
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Published 05/27/2016

Fodor's Review

A courtyard with 6,840 Buddha statues stops the show at this intriguing temple-monastery complex across from Ha Phra Keo. Built in 1818 by King Anu, the temple survived Vientiane's 1828 destruction by the Siamese army, and the monastery, still active, remains intact in its original form. The courtyard contains little niches and large platforms with Buddhas of all sizes. The impressive temple hall underwent some restoration in 1938, though it needs further repair. The intricately carved wooden ceiling and doors still impress, but time has taken its toll on the paintings that once covered the hall's walls.

Sight Information

Address:

Setthathirat Rd. at Ave. Lane Xang, Vientiane, Laos

Map It

Phone:

021-212622

Sight Details:

  • 5,000 kip
  • Daily 8–noon and 1–4

Published 05/27/2016

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