This place is good, as other tempels at angkor vat. Enough is two or three days, but take time to walk and see.
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This is a stop worth making along with stops at many of the other sights and experiences Siem Reap has to offer.
The trees have also taken over this temple but there is more to see in terms of small temples and carvings. Go here if you plan on doing the Grand Tour.
This temple is a must see to complete the Angkor expereince.Built as a victory symbol int his war over Chams this temple architecture has a lot of Buddhist features. Once again it is in ruins with competition from nearby vegetation and large trees breaking the...More
This is one of the best place to see in Combodia. IF you have time you should see all temples and they have hidden history behind this which need to be understood.
This excellent temple is best visited in the early morning or late afternoon when the light is more mellow and less full of contrasts. It is a long elongated temple with little or no climbing and characterised by a wonderful entwined tree at the end...More
For photographers, this site is a rich trove of wall and lintel carvings - especially of apsaras (angels). It's a bit of a treasure hunt to find them; it's easy to miss them because they may be on the back side of the pillars you're...More
Charmed and hopped excitedly through the mysterious maze. Every corner and every turn stopped me and it was exciting and different, the experience was like a journey. Definitely my most favorite. Did encounter security staffs and they usher us to take photos on certain spot...More
If you only have one day in siem reap to see Angkor war, it's best to skip some of the periphery temples.