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Sandstone obelisk whose sides are inscribed in Sanskrit.
Home to a huge, 54 tonne effigy of Buddha Sakyamuni.
Cosy and thumping, and downstairs from Lungta Handicraft.
A video gaming outlet in youth-orientated Bugis+ mall.
The afternoon Sunday market is near the TAT office.
Luxury coaches to Kuala Lumpur, Genting, Ipoh and Penang.
This charming chapel houses three huge prayer wheels.
A converted religious complex now lined with eateries.
To and from the Chinese cities of Kunming and Shanghai.
An unmistakable landmark in the area with its large cross.
East of the city centre, the CAAC sells flight tickets.
A traditional teahouse within the Namsangol Hanok Village.
Popular restaurant opposite the one and only Angkor Wat.
There are Tajik plays at the Lahuti Drama Theatre.
A 13th-century healing station built by Jayavarman VII.
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