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Worth to spend the day out to visit this ancient Buddhist sacred site with local traditions and the village surrounding the area with natural forests reserve outside Savannakhet.. calming and serene temples with beautiful sunlight between palms trees
I personally enjoy taking in “Temples” once in awhile. There was an elderly women at the entrance that wanted to give her well wishes to everyone one. The place was clean. Handful of Monks in present to give their good wishes and pray with people....More
Temples are a great place to seek solitude.
That Inghang is quiet and in my experience, best visited with a close Lao friend.
Can be reached via the main Savannakhet - Seno road or the alternative route via Lake Bungva.
We enjoyed this Stupa and the many outlying buildings and garden areas. A stroll through the adjacent village was interesting and the inhabitants were very engaging. It is a very important area for the local populous with modSt visitors Lao. We found it a nice...More
My wife and I visited the monument yesterday, other than the centre monument is impressive and said to hold some bones of Buddha there is not much to see. There is a line of concrete statues that are in need of attention. The grounds are...More
Seen one seen most all of them except the super temples. This is not one of them. They charge 5000 Kip to enter and 5000 Kip to park. It is peanuts really but just the same why pay when there are many older and more...More
The main thing I like is the cycling from Savannakhet via Bungva Lake to That Ing Hang. It's a nice 45-60 min ride for a strong rider on a single speed bike. But most anyone could manage it in an hour in a half. The...More
Took a tuk tuk ride out to That Ing Hang and was treated to a very nice structure of definite historical significance. Reportably Buddha gave a sermon here once and then rested under a tree, hence the name That Ing Hang.