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Delightful

THis is one of the smaller temples one will visit on the grand Circuit, it is mostly covered in... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2017
andycoldham
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Crawley, United Kingdom
Banyan tree roots cover the rear entrance

This is a less crowded and shaded temple complex. The rear entrance is a must-see, with a banyan... read more

Reviewed 11 February 2017
delacova
,
Columbia, South Carolina
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  • Average8%
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“eastern gate” (9 reviews)
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

THis is one of the smaller temples one will visit on the grand Circuit, it is mostly covered in shad which is very welcome after a day traipsing up and down temples in blistering heat. As always its a very photogenic spot and the highlight...More

1  Thank andycoldham
Reviewed 11 February 2017

This is a less crowded and shaded temple complex. The rear entrance is a must-see, with a banyan tree and its roots draped over the rear entrance.

1  Thank delacova
Reviewed 9 February 2017 via mobile

This small temple is serene and not too spacious, less crowded and shady trees around the temple. Walking through the west gate passing the main temple further east to the east gate is highlighted with tall towering tree embraving the gate. It's relaxed at walking...More

1  Thank jajavalB
Reviewed 6 February 2017

Was our third temple on the grand tour circuit. This was a pretty small temple and after a 3 day pass they start looking similar. This was okay but nothing amazing. Walked to the end for the tree pic & then back again.

Thank Kevin R
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Ta Som is small and uncrowded. It also has a tower gate with 4 faces and a gopura gate enveloped by a silk-cotton tree. Lots of shade here too.

Thank wademarlow50
Reviewed 4 February 2017 via mobile

Really it's great but with so many other options you do feel they all start to seem a bit samey. It is quiter than many and if you walk right through there is the option for a good tree through the temple pic but lots...More

Thank Dnaray
Reviewed 3 February 2017

One of the more minor temples in the Angkor area, it was built by the same Buddhist king as Bayon (Jayavarman VII), and it has the same giant faces on the entry gates, as on the towers at Bayon

Thank matt h
Reviewed 29 January 2017

This is another one of the many smaller temples in the park that would be an attraction in their own right anywhere else. For anyone planning a visit this is on the 'grand circuit'

Thank stanley10
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

Enjoyed my visit to Ta Som. It was a nice little temple that had a doorway with a large tree growing through it. Offered a less crowded alternative to Tha Prohm for those looking for a 'jungle temple'.

Thank Lee P
Reviewed 24 January 2017 via mobile

After all the big temples you don't expect a big surprise when you enter this site. But: Wow, nice place and - always important when you visit the temples of Angkor - less people. Yeah!

Thank Werdi L
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