Wat Phu Khmer Temple, Champasak, Laos. Been there and done that! Be jealous! =P but love to go again! It's so beautiful!

Wat Phu Khmer Temple, Champasak, Laos. Been there and done that! Be jealous! =P but love to go again! It's so beautiful!

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Laos Travel: Champasak  http://www.destinasian.com/countries/east-southeast-asia/laos/laos-travel-champasak/

Laos Travel: Champasak http://www.destinasian.com/countries/east-southeast-asia/laos/laos-travel-champasak/

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In the south of Laos, in Champasak Province near the Cambodian border,  some 200 km from Angkor Wat and about a one hour drive from Pakse on a good road, is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vat Phou. It is an exceptional archeological site originating in the 6th  century and thriving until the 15th Century. Its influences come from  Khmer, Hindu, and Buddhist traditions that blend elegantly in its  architectural, ritualistic, and artistic designs.

In the south of Laos, in Champasak Province near the Cambodian border, some 200 km from Angkor Wat and about a one hour drive from Pakse on a good road, is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vat Phou. It is an exceptional archeological site originating in the 6th century and thriving until the 15th Century. Its influences come from Khmer, Hindu, and Buddhist traditions that blend elegantly in its architectural, ritualistic, and artistic designs.

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Close up preparing rebar structure for pillar foundation, fence construction site, Champasak, Laos, footage

Close up preparing rebar structure for pillar foundation, fence construction site, Champasak, Laos, footage

Close up preparing rebar structure for pillar foundation, fence construction site, Champasak, Laos, footage

Close up preparing rebar structure for pillar foundation, fence construction site, Champasak, Laos, footage

Buddhist alms giving ceremony. Giving alms to monks was the most popular activities for buddhist, Wat Phu Festival Day on 11 February 2017, UNESCO world heritage site in Champasak, Southern Laos

Buddhist alms giving ceremony. Giving alms to monks was the most popular activities for buddhist, Wat Phu Festival Day on 11 February 2017, UNESCO world heritage site in Champasak, Southern Laos

Buddhist alms giving ceremony. Giving alms to monks was the most popular activities for buddhist, Wat Phu Festival Day on 11 February 2017, UNESCO world heritage site in Champasak, Southern Laos

Buddhist alms giving ceremony. Giving alms to monks was the most popular activities for buddhist, Wat Phu Festival Day on 11 February 2017, UNESCO world heritage site in Champasak, Southern Laos

Plain Of Jars, another name Lao people call "Thong Hai Hin." Exploring History stone Jars Near Phonsavan, Xieng Khouang, Laos, Now you can see concrete jars at tourist signs, Paksong, Champasak, Laos

Plain Of Jars, another name Lao people call "Thong Hai Hin." Exploring History stone Jars Near Phonsavan, Xieng Khouang, Laos, Now you can see concrete jars at tourist signs, Paksong, Champasak, Laos

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