Something haunting about this one. Far enough off the track it won't be mobbed and at least on the Sunday I attended, large enough to spread the visitors out.
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We arrived right at opening time (7:30am) following a visit to Angkor Wat for the sunrise and it made for a fun experience especially for the kids who could explore the many corridors and nooks and crannies without disturbing other visitors. There is a lovely...More
These beautiful ruins helped me imagine the people living here years ago. This was included in our Angkor Wat complex. Very ornate and beautiful.
Really glad we visited this temple complex as our last stop. Found it to be in a unique state of beauty and disrepair in spots. Rather sprawling complex, and not too busy (comparatively). Recommended for sure.
this was the first temple we visited , of a grand tour of angkor wat . temple was surronded by greenery , trees were huge and roots were coming out of temple made the place more interesting .
This was definitely up there as one of my favourite temples. I understand it's the second biggest and it really is massive. You can spend ages exploring the maze of corridors and nooks. A security officer showed us a hidden nook with offerings which was...More
I went alone and without a guide. It might be useful to take a guide if you want to learn about the history, otherwise you can just spend your time exploring the area. This temple is more run down than the other temples but is...More
This is a large temple complex so please have some time and you must see this even if you are doing the small circuit. It has many trees and roots going through the ruins. The surrounding moat area is interesting and you can also hike...More