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Address: Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Having undergone minimal restoration, stone pillars and carvings intertwine...

Having undergone minimal restoration, stone pillars and carvings intertwine with massive tree roots and jungle in this stunning temple complex.

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Much more than "where is Lara Croft?"

When visiting the temples of Angkor you should visit Ta Prohm. The temples aren't conserved as good as in Angkor Wat and in Angkor Thom. But the struggle of nature vs. human... read more

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Mambajao, Camiguin
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When visiting the temples of Angkor you should visit Ta Prohm. The temples aren't conserved as good as in Angkor Wat and in Angkor Thom. But the struggle of nature vs. human culture is astonishing. Many temples show their age. Stones have fallen down, walls are crushed. The most appreciated attractions are the inner temples with the massive tree roots... More 

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Aust-Agder, Norway
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Ta prohm was great one and beautiful temple .Have a lot the big tree on the temple it very interesting.

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Exeter, United Kingdom
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Another on the to see list, we weren't disappointed with the nature of the trees entwined in the temples. Very good.

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Cardiff, United Kingdom
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If you were a fan of Jungle Book and remember the ruins strewn with vines where King Louie and the apes lived, or if you're a Tomb Raider fan and know the tree where Lara Croft picked the jasmine flower and fell down into the earth (or came up? Sorry, haven't seen it) then Ta Prohm is the place for... More 

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Papamoa, New Zealand
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If there is ant temple to see this is my favorite. I like how they have kept the fig trees over the ruins as they found them. Wonderful place.

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Fabulous views and photos. Incredible ruins. The size is amazing. Well set out walkways for tourist access.

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Sydney, Australia
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We loved this place- serene and atmospheric. Stunning areas of ancient temple wrapped up in fig tree roots. A place to really explore. An added bonus was watching the workmen slowly and painstakingly restoring the temple.

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Shenzhen, China
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Loved this because it's a fusion of the trees and stone together. The temple was abandoned and over run by the jungle. It's got a creepy feel. Loved it! As you know it's the Tomb Raider temple. Absolute must see bucket list job

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Jakarta, Indonesia
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Ta Prohm, a temple with a lot of umbrella trees in many parts! The umbrella trees grow for long years, attached to the temple structures, while the temple structures are still well-established. The temple is located in the Petit Circuit Route of Angkor Park. Easily reachable by either car, tuktuk or bicycle.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed yesterday NEW

This is a MUST SEE and best done early in the morning (way before 9am) before the large tour groups descend. A very special and peaceful spot where ancient culture and nature meet.

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