This half day tour first stop visiting Wat Sisaket temple is oldest surviving temple of over 6800 Buddaha statues and still in use as a religious site today .
Next to visiting Wat Prakeo which once served as the temple of the royal family ,housed the Emerald Buddha for 200 Years ,and is now functional as a museum
Your religious journey continues at Pha That Luang, considered a national symbol and the country's most important monument. It's said to contain the bones of the Buddha himself.
Visiting Patuxay monument which is known as Vientiane's Arc de Triomphe and stands as a symbol of Laos independence.
In the afternoon, make your way to the impressive Buddha Park, which sits along the Mekong River. More than 200 concrete Buddhist and Hindu statues fill the park, including a 131-foot (40-m) long sculpture of reclining Buddha.