I visited this weird and quirky place in 2012 when spending time in Laos near Vientiane. It caught my imagination, I hope it does yours!
This Buddha Park is more curious than spectacular – which makes for a curious spectacle. A rogue monk is said to have attempted to reconsolidates Buddhism and Hinduism into his own brand of mysticism through a prolific collection of sculptures depicting various deities and scenes from both religions. The information provided at the park is less dramatic, simply stating that Bunleua Sulilat constructed this sculpture garden in 1958 before fleeing across the Mekong to Thailand in 1978 and building a sister park across the river in Nong Khai.
The Link to the video of Sala Kaew Ku Sculpture Park in Nong Khai on the Thailand side of the Mekong can be found on my you tube channel https://youtu.be/QoaaRMcv6IE