Arrival Vientiane international airport, you will be welcomed by our guide. Pick up and transfer to check in your hotel (check in time is 14:00 PM, early check in is subject to be charged).
In the afternoon, start your tour to visit Wat Sisaket, the oldest original temple in Vientiane. Built in 1818,
Wat Sisaket is the sole survivor of an invasion in 1828. All other temples in the city have undergone extensive restoration. Wat Sisaket features remarkable frescoes and 6,840 Buddha images. Nearby is Ho PhraKeo, once the royal temple of Lao monarchy. Built in 1565, Ho PhraKeo has been used as a museum since 1970 and contains some of the finest Buddhist sculptures and artifacts in the country. Special displays include antique brass drums and palm leaf manuscripts. The main structure originally housed the famous Emerald Buddha that now resides in Bangkok’s WatPhraKeo. One of the most photographed images of Vientiane is Patousay, the victory gate also known as Anousavari. Constructed in 1958, its architecture is inspired by the Arc of Triumph in Paris. Another famous Vientiane landmark is the That Luang Stupa. King Setthathirath built this great sacred stupa, considered as the national symbol, in 1566. Its central structure is 45 meters tall and echoes the curving lines of an elongated lotus. The original stupa was said to contain relics of Lord.
Enjoy dinner at local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Vientiane
1 night at Vientiane