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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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Tomb Raider

This temple was use to make a movie Tomb Raider that's why it call Tomb Raider temple. It's amazing and if you watch the movie, you will feel it more exciting.

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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

This temple was use to make a movie Tomb Raider that's why it call Tomb Raider temple. It's amazing and if you watch the movie, you will feel it more exciting.

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Thank Nguyen V
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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

Hats of to Indian government for bringing back the ancient .... magnificent.... culture rich.... monument..... this place makes us feel the fight between wild trees with the rocks.... this place has a other name.. Old tree.... Dont miss it....

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Thank Harish S
Memphis, Tennessee
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13 reviews
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

I saw this Temple with Mr. Hak Lao of Angkor Travelers and it was an amazing tour. I highly recommend hiring him for this excursion. This really was my favorite temple. It feels like a movie set (and it was, for Tomb Raider).

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Thank BetsyIndia
Malaga, Spain
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16 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

You don´t have to be into history or "old things" to enjoy being in this wonderful place. Although the trees have taken over to a degree, they have held certain bricks together so we can see how beautiful the buildings were. You get a sense that these structures were made with care and with attention to detail, what you see... More 

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Thank Alison T
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

I feel fortunate having seen Ta Prohm just as the restorations were starting and I enjoyed going back to see the rebuilt promenade but I do wonder if full restoration will take away its appeal of something lost to the jungle and now found even though I, like the archeologists working on the temple would love to see all of... More 

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Thank Keir L
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Wow what structure that has with stood all the bettering over the year and how nature is take over eventually. For us it was must see how the trees have rooted over the temple .

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Thank Manuel M
2 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

I was very impressed with this temple as I entered. The giant tree trunks, fig and banyan trees grow on the build and showing how the nature has taken over the temple after it was abandoned to the elements. Even though it's grown by those hug trees the temple seems fights back against the nature as it is still standing!

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Thank sx C
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

It was a big dream of mine to wander in the footsteps of Angelina Jolie one day and explore Ta Prohm. Looking back I would hesitate to call what we did "exploring". The temple has a worn down roundtrack and tourists stand in line to take pictures with trees. It is basically impossible to take pictures excluding people. As I... More 

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Thank Joey K
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

they now refer to it there as the Tomb Raider temple and you have to see it. its very cool. Much younger than Ankor Wat and falling apart but the trees growing through the place blow you away. nature takeover at its awesome best.

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Thank DrLongball
Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

This is the tomb raider temple. I think it's probably a bit too touristy and over rated. If you can skip this and spend some time at anothe temple less visited. I'd suggest that. Unless your a huge fan of the movie.

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