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4.1 out of 5.0
Service 4.7
Value for Money 3.8
Location 2.7
Cleanliness 5.0
  • Tourism Luang Prabang
    TourismMay 2019

    Wat Pak Khan The name derives from its location at the tributary of the Nam Khan and Mekong. It was built by Phagna Chanthep under King Inta Som (1727-76), it was reconstructed in the early 20th century. The entrance has a main door with two smaller doors on either side. Notice the two elegantly depicted images of Rama on the central panels, with tall pointed crowns, poised like a dancer with long legs and graceful movements, above Hanuman, who is on bended knee, with similarly graceful pose. Entrance fee: Free

  • Rana Pahari
    RanaMay 2019

    I like this temple , we stay here for one night the temple monks were so nice . A young boy named novice speak good English here so you can communicate with him . We asked him if we can stay for a night they give us food , Noodle , room , hot water. They were so nice but next morning a lady came and call the police . Police Says you cannot stay in Temple and was so ridiculous . I hate the lady . Nice temple you must go And beautiful statues .

  • Chris Sirinop
    ChrisMay 2019

    The last temple at the end of the main street.

  • ong weyjuo
    ongMay 2019

    Luang Prabang is not only about the big and famous temple. This kind of small local temple makes up most of the town and its souls.

  • Iain Laslett
    IainMay 2019

    Small but picturesque temple but not so many ornate external decorations

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