We wouldn't have visited here had it not been for a photo in a book that young children were hawking at Angkor Wat earlier in the day. So pleased he turned to that page! This place is considerably smaller in size to Angkor Wat &...More
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I suggest going early in the morning or in the late afternoon as the sun can become extremely hot and uncomfortable. Must see temple here at Ta Prohm
I was impress with my tour guide story about gem, diamonds and gold. the temple was full with diamond, gem and gold but nothing left now. the temple condition is 75% of damage due to ages. The Indian supports for rehabilitation but it will take...More
wonderful temples with the trees all growing through the buildings, you really must see this, get a good tuk tuk driver to take you everywhere.
Very beautiful temple where we can still see the impact of the nature along the year on the buildings. Trees are still in place with their strong and long roots. In the early morning it's quiet and the light is wonderful. Avoid rush hours as...More