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A little walk to get here

I believe there are 4 of these little temples at the corners of the Angkor Thom complex. We visited the SE one. Immediately on entering the South gate, we walked about 1.5 km... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2016
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Reviewed 18 January 2016 via mobile

I believe there are 4 of these little temples at the corners of the Angkor Thom complex. We visited the SE one. Immediately on entering the South gate, we walked about 1.5 km to the corner of the complex along a little path with lots of butterflies. Took a while in the heat but we were rewarded with this little... More 

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Reviewed 16 September 2014

Prasat Chrung this is another temple belonging to the huge archaeological site of Angkor Thom, a temple of minor importance, perhaps a little 'crumbling and overgrown, however, is always an attraction of vital importance, to be more precise it is located south west the archaeological area between West Gate and South Gate.

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