Phu Si Hill and Prabudabaht, Luang Prabang
Phu Si is the old town in Luang Prabang
since 1804, located is a small hill around 150 meters high go on with 328 steps
reach to the temple after that we can see the beautiful Mekong River. The most popular point around Luang Prabang
" Royal palace Museum
" A large stupa and the closed up is all that remains, the intricately carved " Tam Pu Si "
when the sunshine coming that way and all view of natural upstairs of hill.
On that way you will see beautiful nation flowers of Laotian called " Champa " but Thai called " Leelavadee " flowers,
The big trees on hill feeling delighted senses during you go.
As the hotness starts to decline, make your way up the steepen steps to be rewarded with panoramic camera
at views of the whole town,when The sun takes its time to drop, but the feeling cool that come with it is a
blessing on yourself, and you've well earned victory.
When you ranch to the half way upstairs hill during sunset is a great time to Climb Mount Pusi, on this pathway
is another large round stupa that is very similar to Thai chedis. The way where you pay the admission to get to
the top of the quite beautiful hill.
The Legend has one hermit name " Si " settled past ago and this is a holy way too important So that will have this
name belong to historical some belief that word of "Si" mean favorable thing so this is called "Pu Si" until presently.
Wat that Chomsi Temple has gilded stupa at the top of the hill is built on a gigantic rock to turn up from the ground.
An opening in the base of the rock was sealed up to prevention vandalism. Next to the stupa is a small Wi-Harn ( chapel )
for prayers. The Pee Mai Festival
( New Year Festival ), Ladys carry beautiful goodness flower offerings upstairs and
leave as offerings at the foot of the stupa Buddha's foot however this area sensational view is provide from the top of
Mount Pu Si.