Exceptional temple surrounded by nature makes for a peaceful time. Unlike the other temples looking at how the jungle is attempting to reclaim the temple along with the architecture so a true sight.
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The trees in this temple are unbelievable and the biggest I have ever seen (i have not been to redwood national park). Trees are very photogenic and the temple is nice and authentic in a way. If you are going to Angkor Wat and even...More
Interesting place but just like Machu Picchu, Angkor Wat is over-hyped imo. Bayon Temple was our favorite one out of all Angkor temples... those 216 faces on temple wall was amazing. The Cambodian government is raking tons of dollar from millions of visitors, but they...More
Surprisingly i enjoyed this site more than angkor wat, perhaps i love how the tree grow together with the house.
This area is also called the root temples due to the old trees whose roots wrap around the temple walls, giving the area a very theatrical appearance. The Tomb Raider, with Angelina Jolie, was filmed here in part. It is close to Angkor Wat. We...More
One day isn't enough to see all of this so if you can, pay for the three day pass. It's well worth it to explore all of the temples.