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This temple is not on the large group tour route and mainly visited by independent travelers or small groups.The temple complex is quite long and not very wide and goes quite a long way back from the road.It has not had much restoration work done...More
The layout of this temple looks like a smaller version of Ta Prohm. Unlike other temples of this period Banteay Kdei has 9 towers (and not 5) in the central part of the building. The atmosphere is calm and peaceful. Maybe because there are not...More
Feel the relaxation of this quiet temple as less crowd.
A bit similar to temple Bayon in layout on the ground structure.
People said it is the relaxation temple for Royal member after swimming at the "pool" on the east gate.
Check out the "dancing...More
We visited this site as part of our tour of the country. We were told that this temple was built in the 12th century. This Buddhist monastic complex is currently dilapidated due to faulty construction and poor quality of sandstone used in its buildings, and...More
The most memorable part about visiting this temple is that it has a very deep interior, i.e. from the front entrance all the way to the back of the temple. Other than that, the architecture of this temple also contains some slight references to Bayon...More