Wat Sisaket (Wat Sisaketsata Sahatsaham), Vientiane's oldest Buddhist monastery, was built by King Chao Anouvong in 1818. Its Siamese style perhaps saved it from the Siamese armies who sacked Vientiane in 1828. The inner sanctuary contains a large number of Buddha statues dating back to the 16th to 19th centuries.
01 Ornamental stupa tombs 02 Wat Sisaket 03 Buddha statues 04 Buddha statues 05 Buddha statues 06 Buddha statues
07 Temple interior and golden Buddha statue 08 Wat Sisaket 09 Wat Sisaket fisheye view 10 Wat Sisaket
11 Ornamental wooden door 12 Inner court and coconut palms
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