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This is a very special temple..it is worth the fun tuk tuk ride...the pinkish coloured stone and amazing carvings on this temple make it a stand out...thoroughly recommend this if you have a spare 1/2 day.
This temple needs to be one of the favourites of mine, the orange hue to the stones as well as the intricate carvings are just gorgeous. The temple is very tiny in comparison to nearly all others and was among probably the earliest to have...More
After the king created Eat Mebon for his parents and wife, and Pre Cup for himself, he gave thanks to the laborers, the farmers and fishermen by creating this temple. Certainly not as impressive, but still pretty neat. Originally, you had to get here by...More
I booked the trip as I needed to find out the lovely delicate bas reliefs I've read about,it definitely was well worth the time and also money,it's most spectacular to see this gorgeous place as well as we were fortunate to get an instructions manual...More
Little underwhelming given expectations. Very small and centre is, understandably, roped off. It is of a different style and thus interesting however not a "must see" like Angkor Wat, Bayon or Ta Prohm.
There are good facilities there and much better organised than other temples....More
my favourite temple. Its smaller, picturesque and has lovely details on a lot of the stone work. Bit out of the way to get to but worth it, less crowded also. There is an information area just before it which is good if you dont...More
We visited Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple, and Ta Phrom (aka Tomb Raider temple) the day before but I think this one is the best. Its about 37km from Siem Reap but it was an easy tuk-tuk ride and the scenery along the way is spectacular...More
We were there in the late afternoon (4 p.m.) in March on a slightly cloudy day but even then I would have been hard-pressed to call the sandstone colour "pink", more like a "pale reddish-brown". We were supposed to go back... More
We were there in the late afternoon (4 p.m.) in March on a slightly cloudy day but even then I would have been hard-pressed to call the sandstone colour "pink", more like a "pale reddish-brown". We were supposed to go back to one of the Angkor Wat temples for sunset, but decided to visit the Land Mine museum near Banteay Srei instead. Just as well, as the cloud cover increased so no sunset - just the amazing gold outline behind the jagged cloud fringes - looked like forked lightning! The most important thing about BS is the exquisite sandstone carvings - small but beautifully-formed - so go for that reason not the colour.