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THAT ING HANG (ING HANG STUPA)
This is a sacred stupa and reportedly the burial site for one of Buddha’s bones. It is an important place for Buddhists and is registered as a National Treasure of Lao PDR. It was built about 450 years ago by the King Marukhanakhone.....
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THAT OUMOUNG STUPA
This is a beautiful square-shaped stupa, located in Ban Lahakok and was built between 1940 and 1950. While in general it resembles That Ing Hang Stupa, the top of the stupa is unique with its banana flower ornamentation. The stupa is a worthwhile stop for some interesting photographs. There is a festival held annually in February (exact date varies according to the lunar calendar). From Savannakhet City, take Route 13 south for about 70 kilometers, turn left at Ban Pakxong, and after 5 kilometers turn left at the T-shaped intersection. The stupa is on the left after another 2 kilometers.
Open daily from 8:00am - 4:00pm.
Located along Route No.13

   

THAT PHONH STUPA
This stupa is said to date back to the 16th century and has sacred links with That Phanom in Thailand. An annual festival is held during the full moon days in February. From Savannakhet city take Route 9B south to Ban Lak 35 and continue on for another 3 kilometers before turning right. Continue onwards for 18 kilometers before turning left. The Stupa is 3 kilometers down this road.
Open daily from 8:00am - 6:00pm.
Located along Route No.13

   
 

THAT NANG LAO STUPA
This stupa was built during the reign of Nang Lao, the serving girl of the last king of Vientiane. Nang Lao was the governor of Muong Vang. The stupa area extends to 8 square kilometers, the stupa is 13 meters high and 12 meters wide at the base. Built of brick, it has been abandoned for more than 300 years. Villagers regard it as a magic stupa.
Located along Road No.9

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