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This sculpture park is a collection of hundreds if Buddhist and Hindu statues scattered around a meadow.
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| Thanon Tha Deua, Vientiane, Laos
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+856 21 212 248
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

It is a small park with lots of Buddhist and Hindu statutes. Most interesting is the giant pumpkin with three levels representing hell, earth and heaven. Climb up to the top for a panaromic view of the park. I recommend taking the green/white bus #14...More

1  Thank Live2EatAndTravel
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

While it is relatively a nice park, I believe it is quite overrated and not worth the trip to get there..

Thank Didier G
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

This place impressed me as much as Angkor wat, it's breathtaking! I'm surprised it's not popular among South east Asia highlight. If you're in Laos this is definitely the place to visit. The mystical atmosphere is unique.

Thank Sasha V
Reviewed 23 March 2017 via mobile

Quite far out and very hot and dusty to get there in a tuk tuk Restaurant on site but not tried by us Toilets are the squat type which I believe most Europeans find difficult! Interesting statues but all weather worn Probably not worth a...More

Thank Bob293916
Reviewed 21 March 2017 via mobile

This is trumpeted as one of Vientiane's major tourist attractions and I think it may have been some years ago but it's a tired sort of place today. Quite a few statues of all kinds but no wow factor here I am afraid.

1  Thank TonyD7777
Reviewed 21 March 2017 via mobile

Not worth it. Just a dusty grasland with a few statues. Quite expensive for what you see in this more or less modern park. Complicated to get there by public transport.

1  Thank Enjoy_VangVieng
Reviewed 19 March 2017

A must for a first time visitor to Laos as this park is filled with numerous Buddha statues and none of them look alike. Must set aside time to take a shot with each and every statue so there's no regret not having to view...More

21  Thank Wonder A
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Its a good place to take interacting funny pictures with you and your friends. The sculptures reminds me Gaudi park in Barcelona but in Laos version. Take two or three hours and visit this place.

Thank Jorge C
Reviewed 17 March 2017

Buddha park was made in 1950's, its abour 30 mins drive from the city. Park itself if not so big but has some lovely statues from buddha to krishna, ganpati and even guru nanak.

Thank Nirav D
Reviewed 16 March 2017

We cheated and took a hotel car to the park, $30 roundtrip, but it can also be done on the #14 bus. Costs 10K to get in. Opened in 1958 so nothing really ancient, but a fun mix of Hindu and Buddhist statues.

Thank MunSterEire
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Response from Johnnkh | Reviewed this property |
Since u r in Vientiane another extra day will be more relaxing. Going around Vientiane in a motorcycle is more convenient but for me renting a bicycle is good enough for me. Going to Buddha Park by bus is just as easy. Take... More
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Response from jan422 | Reviewed this property |
daily from 8am - 4pm, go early when its cooler, middle of the day and afternoon can be very hot
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