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When we arrived at this building, we were directed to a lesser building on the other side of the street. Here, we found a display of Lao natural history and pre-history. And then a military section about the struggles against various invaders and oppressors during...More
Upon entering, we were advised by a uniformed policemen, that entry was by donation.
Don't even think to explore the building, we were shown the arrows to follow, so did , as we were the only visitors
and did not want to upset anyone. There...More
Worth seeing as an example of the administration's love of photos of generals, police, criminals and fighters during the revolution. If the captions were more informative, it could be interesting but sadly they're very cryptic. Glad we went but this attraction is for experience rather...More
Worth going if you are in the area just for the strangeness of it all. But certainly don't go out of your way. I was given a guide on entry. It's free, but they welcome donations. The museum consists of pictures of generals on the...More
This is a grand building however not sure when its open if at all. Area seemed unused for a while going by the litter around it. This building is worth the look as it is nothing like any of the others in Vientiance
a huge building showcasing the different security forces of Laos from frie department to the police. Very few artifacts of interest, unless you count the photos of police officers at work or the types of uniforms they have, or the award for the Vientiane Chief...More