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There isn't a lot to do in Huay Xai so walking up the steps to the temple is a must. The view is beautiful and the monks are lovely. Some of them want to practise their English so its a nice place to chill out...More
Visited the wat before going for the Gibbon Experience. The long flight of stairs was a nice warm up for the Gibbon Experience. The wat was fairly simple and nothing mesmerizing as those in the larger cities. But the view was great at the top....More
This temple in itself is quite kitschy, but it has a pair of pretty stairs leading up to it, and its high-lighing location makes that you have a nice view over the Mekong from around the temple. Worth a quick visit when you're in Huay...More
If you are a sunset junkie this is a good choice. The sunset here is gorgeous against the palm trees above the river. The temple itself is very pretty and at 6 pm there is a ceremony that you can attend. I reccomend
The Wat has been repainted and the monks and novices are very keen to practise their english. There is a Buddhist school on the temple grounds and between 7.30pm and 8.30PM one can join the older monks for english conversation.
Hello everyone, my name is Monk Syphaeng but you can call me Monk Way I live at Chomekhoua temple we have English classes in the evening at 7:30-8:30. If you want to help young Monks to learn English please sign up to the temple. You...More
The temple and grounds are beautiful, as they all are. Immaculately kept. We walked up from the river and the view back across to Thailand was worth the x hundred stairs. It's a nice way to walk off lunch.