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THAT LUANG STUPA (GREAT SACRED STUPA)
First built in 236 of the Buddhist Calendar (307 years before A.D), by the first governor of Vientiane, Phaya Chanthabouri Pasitthisack or Bourichan. It resembled a kiln of about 9 meters high and 10 meters wide. The original was built in 1566 by King Saysetthathirath, and was restored in 1953. The golden stupa is 45 meters tall and is believed to contain a relic of the Lord Buddha. The gold centerpiece of this stupa echoes the curve of an elongated lotus bud. Today it is the most important national cultural monument in Laos.

Address: That Luang Road
That Luang Village, Xaysettha District, Vientiane Capital

Tel: +856-21-454984
Admission: 5.000 kip
Time: 08:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00
Open: Tuesday-Sunday (except Monday)
E-mail: ..............................
Website: ...............................

How to get there: Route No........., bus No...............

Please visit the central bus navigator: http://lao.busnavi.asia/?lang=en
                      

 That Luang Stupa

 Sisaket Temple

 Hor Pha Keo Museum

 Wat Simuang Temple

 Patuxay Monument

 Hor Trai (Buddhist Library)

 Xieng Khouan (Buddha Park)

 Vientiane Panorama

 Sunset by the Mekong

 That Dam (Black Stupa) 

 Cope Visitor Centre


 
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