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We've spotted this lovely Buddhist temple from the street, by the river. It's in the French Quarter.
Lots of signs explain you the history of the temple. The garden is quite impressive.
Two statues of Buddha inside the temple, one sitting, one reclining.
This is a small temple located near the town of Siem Reap. It is definitely worth visiting. It is less touristy, hence one has a very peaceful feeling walking around it especially the garden surrounding the temple. The temple is beautifully decorated, with colourful paintings...More
I went at the suggestion of the hotel staff. It was a different sort of site than Anghor Wat, but very beautiful and colorful and definitely worth visiting and costs nothing. I went the morning on the last day I was scheduled to fly home....More
We came here on our second day in Siem Reap and to receive a blessing. Our tour guide translated for us. Take a gift like food and make a money donation. After the blessing we were able to ask questions about Buddhism to the Buddhist...More
The temple complex is impressive, the main hall is adorned with numerous murals depicting various aspects of Buddhas life. In addition, there are two large statues of Buddha inside. There are numerous information boards which are in English, telling the story of the temple and...More
The glittering modern temple ground gives a few hints to its 500 year history. Though the lotus themed architecture seem to emulate temples from over the border, the front gate integrates Bayon style heads and a scene in relief of the Buddha seated under a...More
As far as I know, there is no entry fee. You just make a donation into any of the glass offering boxes on the temple steps. Sorry, I can't recall the opening hours. It was always open when I passed during daylight hours over... More
As far as I know, there is no entry fee. You just make a donation into any of the glass offering boxes on the temple steps. Sorry, I can't recall the opening hours. It was always open when I passed during daylight hours over several days.