English: View from near the top of Wat Phu. Looking back towards the Mekong. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Rice planting near Champasak (Laos). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Wat Phou: from left, the south palace, the tiers leading to the central sanctuary, the mountain peak shrouded in mist, and the north palace. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Laos Champasak (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Carving of Crocodile at Wat Phu. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The facade of the sanctuary. The Buddha image inside is modern – the site is still used for religious worship today. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Open this link to view our best photos on our one-day trip to UNESCO approved, pre-Angkorian Vat Phou, Champasak, one of Lao’s two UNESCO approved historical sites.
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Southern Laos is still new to tourism, so if you like what you visit plan a trip soon.