Wat Phathat Si Khottabong (ວັດພະທາດສີໂຄດຕະບອງ)
ເມືອງ ທ່າແຂກ ແຂວງ ຄຳມ່ວນ, Laos
About Wat Phathat Si Khottabong (ວັດພະທາດສີໂຄດຕະບອງ)
The Sikhottabong Stupa and Ancient City site, on the east bank of the Mekong south of Thakhek, is the most important cultural and religious site in south central Laos. The Ancient City – remains that you can see of even older buildings – is important in the cultural background of the area. The region’s main event is the Sikhottabong festival
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