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This temple contains 6,840 Buddha images of gold, silver and bronze.
Lane Xang Avenue, Vientiane, Vientiane 0100, Laos
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Full of history, nice with peace soul. Take at least 30 min to appreciate this temple, one of numerous certainly but one of the nicest

Thank HDLBruxelles
Reviewed 2 days ago

It's smallish, but interestngl and the first time I had seen such ornate family stupas with ashes of the deceased inside.

Thank TriciaK2
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is just across the Presidential Palace. It is one of the oldest and the most attractive temple complexes in Vientiane. Buddha displays are impressive. There is Wat Tat Khao nearby which is also not to be missed.

Thank OmerYalcinkaya
Reviewed 22 September 2018

Lots of buddha's on display here. The wat and grounds are extremely serene and peaceful. Lots of grounds to wander around too. Very pretty.

Thank MrsBsTravels
Reviewed 20 September 2018

My favourite temple in Vientiane because it still has its authenticity. Other temples have been renovated to death - this one however was preserved. Well done.

Thank Stephan1000
Reviewed 18 September 2018

I visited here over 10 years ago and still it maintains a very serene authentic feeling. What a special place with so many little buddha images, relics that make this a one off. Also visit the local artists in the garden. You might be lucky...More

Thank Enjoy_VangVieng
Reviewed 18 September 2018 via mobile

Really liked this place! Has many Buddha sculptures and it looks amazing. The entry fee is 10,000 kips, not much but it’s cool to see all of these sculptures

Thank Snowden94
Reviewed 13 September 2018

easy to find - very busy, crowded with lots of bus tourists from China - fortunately could come in without paying a fee - they accept Thai Baht - within 10-15 minutes you know it all

Thank The_Fat_Frankfurter
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

Eat Si Saket is a lovely little temple. There are literally thousands of Buddha all over it. The murals on the inside of the temple are also amazing. Right in the heart of the city and east walk from the river. I was templed out...More

Thank l300dub
Reviewed 3 September 2018

This temple is famous as the temple of a thousand Buddhas. it is one of the oldest temples in Vientiane. The cloisters contain rows of Buddhas - over 10, 000 of them! It is an amazing experience - the Buddha is everywhere - omnipresent -...More

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