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Pick you up at your hotel at 8am, we depart for Wat Visoun, nowadays known as Buddhist art museum. Dating back to 1513 and the reign of King Wisunarat, Wat Visoun is Luang Prabang’s oldest temple and was once home to the Prabang Buddhas. Over the years, the temple has acted as home of an array of religious artefacts and precious items relating to both Buddhism and the Royal family. Besides, you will visit the lumpy hemispherical stupa called That Makmo as it shaped like a watermelon. Then, we proceed to
Our next stop in afternoon session is Wat Xieng Thong at the tip of peninsula. The oldest and most beautiful temple of the UNESCO World Heritage town dates back from 16th century. The roofs sweep lower to the ground, glass colored panels adorn the walls of the chapels and there is stunning “tree of life” mosaic set on its west exterior hall. You can see the residential neighbourhood of the peninsular, before climbing up to Phousi Hill for a view over the city, its surrounding and the Mekong River.
Finish our trip at 13:00pm.
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44.00 (per person)