If you can go in the East gate. It is the 'back' entrance so not too busy. A great way of avoiding the crowds entering from the west gate.
Catching the sunlight come up behind the temple is amazing.
What can I say that probably hasn't been said a million times before. You just have to go and see it for yourself!
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