Laos Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Laos - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Vientiane 9

Luang Prabang 6

Si Phan Don 3

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Champasak 2

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Ho Phra Keo

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There's a good reason why Ho Phra Keo, one of the city's oldest and most impressive temples, has a name so similar to the wat in Bangkok's...

Nam Phu Square

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An attractive square with a nice but nonfunctioning circular fountain in the middle, this used to be one of several reminders in the...

National Museum

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A modern, well-laid-out, two-story building houses interesting geological and historical displays. Exhibits touch on Laos's royal history,...

Suan Wattanatham Bandapao

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The attraction at this park near the river (and 20 km [12] miles] from Vientiane near the Thai border) is a model village of miniature...

Talat Sao (Morning Market)

  • Market/Bazaar

To truly immerse yourself in Vientiane, visit this vast indoor bazaar that is, despite its name, actually open all day. The bright, orderly...

That Luang

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The city's most sacred monument, this massive, 147-foot-high, gold-painted stupa is also the nation's most important cultural symbol,...

Wat Si Muang

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This wat, built in 1956, guards the original city pillar, a revered foundation stone dating to the 16th century. In a small park in front...

Wat Sisaket Museum

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This interesting museum complex is made up of a crumbling temple and monastery compound across the road from Ho Phra Keo. Built in 1818...

Xieng Khuan Buddha Park

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The bizarre creation of an ecumenical monk, Luang Pa Bunleua Sulilat, who dreamed of a world religion embracing all faiths, this park...