From Gong & Drum Awakening to Sunset at Luang Prabang’s Wat Wisunalat

Our home away from home in Luang Prabang, Laos sat opposite from the former royal city’s oldest operating temple, Wat Wisunalat (a temple with many variations on its name). The temple was built in the early 1500s.

Known for its quiet lanes and thirty temples, Luang Prabang feels authentically Asian. Monks of all ages – clad in saffron-colored robes – pound the pavement in bare feet and sandals, and from time to time, you’ll be able to observe, or in our case, hear Buddhist customs being practiced.

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