Thetraveljunkie.org – Luang Prabang is one of Laos‘s most famous cities. Wat Sensoukaram and Wat Sene really does have something for everyone. It’s the oldest in the city as well as the busiest. We loved getting lost around its streets and ?nding lots of Buddhist temples where we prayed for ourself, family and the world. Even if you are not a Buddhist you can go to a Buddhist temple and be welcomed warmly by the monks and the laypeople there.
There is no religious restrictions prohibiting Kejawens, Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Jews, or those of other faiths from going to a Buddhist temple. No one will be asking you to declare what faith you follow before entering. Everyone is welcome.
After praying in the temple and we grabbing some food in one of the street stalls at a night market, where everything was delicious, we walked over to Sisavangvong road and Oulapath Khamboua road until we got to the hotel.
You cannot travel the path until you have become the path itself ? // @laos_simplybeautiful @luangprabangtourism @wherejacwanders @javamifi
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