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Luang Prabang is well known as the Royal Capital of Laos. But it is also the capital of Buddhism. With more than 30 active Temples, Luang Prabang has one of the largest Monks community in Asia.

Luang Prabang is well known as the Royal Capital of Laos. But it is also the capital of Buddhism. With more than 30 active Temples, Luang Prabang has one of the largest Monks community in Asia.

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Temple 's entrance, Luang Prabang, Laos    Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, Luang Prabang is named after the golden statue that's kept here, the Prabang (the town's name means "great holy image"). With a long history as a center for the study of Buddhism, Luang Prabang was the first capital of Laos and has mercifully remained relatively untouched by war or even by the ravages of time; this means that many of the 33 temples are original

Temple 's entrance, Luang Prabang, Laos Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, Luang Prabang is named after the golden statue that's kept here, the Prabang (the town's name means "great holy image"). With a long history as a center for the study of Buddhism, Luang Prabang was the first capital of Laos and has mercifully remained relatively untouched by war or even by the ravages of time; this means that many of the 33 temples are original

Tranquil Reclining Cave Buddha - Vang Vieng, Laos. Buy this print: http://bencrosbiephotography.pixieset.com/photography/

Tranquil Reclining Cave Buddha - Vang Vieng, Laos. Buy this print: http://bencrosbiephotography.pixieset.com/photography/

Luang Prabang and Muang Pakbeng - Laos. Read about my adventures travelling through South East Asia on the blog!

Luang Prabang and Muang Pakbeng - Laos. Read about my adventures travelling through South East Asia on the blog!

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