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  • Southern Bike Tour

    Southern Bike Tour

    Enjoy Southern Laos Bike Tour through the most popular 4000 Island in Laos
  • Wat Xieng Thong

    Wat Xieng Thong

    Wat Xieng Thong was built by King Settathirat in 1560 and remained under royal patron-age for four centuries.
  • Northern Bike Tour

    Northern Bike Tour

    Bike through beautiful remains of the countryside of Laos
  • Elephant Riding

    Elephant Riding

    Laos is a country that has long revered the elephant for its royal and religious significance.
  • Arm Gathering

    Arm Gathering

    In Buddhism, alms or almsgiving is the respect given by a lay Buddhist to a monk or nun as a symbolic connection to the spiritual and to show humbleness and respect.
  • Baci Ceremony

    Baci Ceremony

    Baci (also spelt basi) is specific ceremony in Laos which has been practiced for hundreds of years. The term commonly used is ?sou khuan? which means ?spirit enhancing or spirit calling

Temples

Wat Visoun, otherwise known as Wat Wisunarat, is located at the corner of Monomai and Phomathat Roads in the same compound as Wat Aham in Luang Prabang, Laos. Wat Visoun was built in 1513 and is one of the oldest buildings in Luang Prabang and considered the oldest operating Wat in the region.
The Phra Bang Buddha statue once took residence in this Wat from 1867 to 1894 before it was transferred to Wat Mai.  It currently houses the largest Buddha image in Luang Prabang, the Phra Chao Ong Luang.
Outside the Wat you can find the That Makmo, also known as the Melon Stupa. It once contained hundreds of buddha images which currently are stored in Royal Palace Museum for safekeeping.