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Don't do the same mistakes so many others do, thinking (as I did at first) that all the amazing sights are located in Angkor Wat.
I had read so many reviews before visiting Siam Reap, but still I wasn't prepared enough.
I had expected to...More
This is one of greatest temple at east of city with also rich history and thousands years old. Inside temple also has pagoda for people to come and pray and offering food to monk and also to visit and learn about those amazed history of...More
It is one of the few temples in a pyramid shape. It has high steps, so difficult for kids to climb. Al sort of statues especially the elephant at each corner, unfortunately they are quite damaged. It has the biggest/deepest moat . If you are...More
One of the three temples of the Roluos group. t it is also nice to go to places where there are not so many visitors. The temple was built in the late 9th century. The path to the temple is pretty romantic, having you walk...More
On the third day, we had some time, so we decided to see some temples which are generally not covered by the tours.
This temple came up on the way.
We were told that is possibly the oldest temple built by King Indravarman I. This...More
Different from Angkor Wat with small stone steps, this temple you need to walk up those huge rocks. After climbing temples for a few days, we hesitate when we walked up to those huge rocks. This temple is less crowded and you can see so...More
The Bakong was build by King Indravarman I, who also build the Preah Ko temple and the huge Indratataka baray, a reservoir where water was stored to be used for irrigation during the dry season. It was the state temple of King Indravarman I, dedicated...More