Pakse Chinese Temple (Wat Tsin)

Attraction Pakse, Laos Published on: 13-11-2015

1 hour
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
09:00 AM
10:00 AM
Second-time visit
Attraction
Cultural
Kids
Free
Architecture
Temple & Monument
0.00 USD

Pakse Chinese Temple (Wat Tsin) is good for

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
The Chinese Temple in Pakse, Laos is located south of Wat Phra Bat. Free to enter and you’ll find various Chinese buddhist artifacts, demarcating the Chinese influence

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Why Pakse Chinese Temple (Wat Tsin) is special ?

Pakse is not exactly a bustling metropolis but if the party crowd at the Mekong riverfront or the tourists `downtown` bug you, head to this Chinese temple to calm down. The Temple features the unique chinese architecture and buddhist artifacts.


The old French bridge (road 13 from the city to airport) will be closed until 2015. But you can cross the Xedon river with one of the small boats. Just walk down to the river behind the bus station or behind Vat Luang (excellent opportunity to combine this trip with a visit to Vat Luang!).


Free to enter and on two floors you’ll find various Chinese buddhist artifacts, demarcating the Chinese influence in Pakse.

Selling points

  • “Small temple, great view”
  • "Chinese Architecture"
  • "Different experience"
  • "Lovely litle temple"
  • "A great place to visit"
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Duration
2.0 days
Estimated
148.86 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
14 places

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Pakse, Laos

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Pakse is not exactly a bustling metropolis but if the party crowd at the Mekong riverfront or the tourists `downtown` bug you, head to this Chinese temple to calm down. The old French bridge (road 13 from the city to airport) will be closed until 2015. But you can cross the Xedon river with one of the small boats. Just walk down to the river behind the bus station or behind Vat Luang (excellent opportunity to combine this trip with a visit to Vat Luang!). The boats go whenever the boatmen are in the mood and there are passengers. A one way trip costs 2000 Kip per person. The boat trip tops of the cool adventure :-)

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