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Located along a bend of the Mekong River, Vientiane has been Lao’s capital since 1563 when the last king of Lane Xang moved the capital from Luang Prabang. The city exudes a laid-back atmosphere and Old World charm with its eclectic mix of Chinese shophouses and French colonial architecture. The tree-lined boulevards and sparse traffic create an ideal environment for walking and exploring ancient temples and pagodas.
|Vang Vieng||3hr 45min drive|
|Luang Prabang||45min flight|
|Bangkok, Thailand||1hr 10min flight|
|Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||3hr 15min flight|
Buddha Park is a sculpture park with more than 200 religious statues
Phat That Luang, a golden Buddhist stupa, is an iconic landmark of Vientiane built from the 3rd century
Patuxai is a war memorial built in the 1960s, resembling France's Arc du Triumph
Wat Si Muang, built in the 16th century, is a popular temple for local worshippers
The Presidential Palace is the official residence of the President of Laos, and is closed to the public
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