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4-Day Private Tour from Chiang Khong Houeisay to Luang Prabang
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“meditation” (3 reviews)
“novice” (2 reviews)
“xieng” (2 reviews)
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Luang Prabang, Laos
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Reviewed 15 June 2017

Also known as wat souvanna khiri which located next to beautiful French style architecture which now houses museum gallery. The Wat is very peaceful and serene.

1  Thank Ragu88
Reviewed 21 May 2017

it is located at the end of sakkline street. it looks like a colonial house with many windows. inside the compound you will find a few pagaodas. alot trees and plants. you will find monks praying and meditating.

Thank jeff1955malaysia
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Worth stopping to see this Temple.It was peaceful away from the busy town centre with some seats to appreciate the setting. There is a rose garden( needs a little attention)with an interesting history .

Thank 918teresah
Reviewed 15 December 2016

It is located down the end of Sakkarine Road near the Nam Khan River and opposite the more populat temples and tends to get lost but it has a most impressive large building and ssssome smaller ones in a smaller square than most. Worth a...More

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 9 December 2016 via mobile

For those familiar with Vipassana Meditation and interested in understanding the practice in Luang Prabang, the story is told here at the Buddhist Archives at Wat Khili. In the 1960s, after studying the meditation in Burma and Thailand, Pha Xaisamut Chotiko was determined to teach...More

Thank totani
Reviewed 13 April 2016

This temple may be outshone by the nearby Wat Xieng Thong, but it is no less beautiful. It's very peaceful and quiet throughout the day, with almost few visitors. You can see monks going about their daily lives and doing their chores early in the...More

Thank Jeffrey B
Reviewed 21 March 2016

Located opposite Wat Xieng Thong, this wat was built by Chao Kham Sattha in a style similar to temples found in the mountains close to the plain of jars where he came from. There is a colourful tree of life mosaic on the front of...More

Thank nellielim
Reviewed 2 February 2016

This may not be for everybody, but if you are interested in the history of photography, or in Buddhist spiritual practice, I rate this one of the most interesting sights in Luang Prabang. The archive here contains photographs going back to the early 20c -...More

Thank captainnedludd
Reviewed 25 December 2012

Is located at Wat Street and near to Nam Khan river. Maybe it only cost you 30 minutes time to walk around but its ok to visit as many temple as you can while in Luang Prabang.

Thank Jon L
Reviewed 25 January 2012

We visited just after lunch when the sun was scorching and siesta time was upon the world. The special photography exhibit was locked up and there wasn't really much to see. One young monk dozing in a corner and rousing himself every so often to...More

3  Thank Marathonwinner
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