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Unfortunately, there was some low cloud which prevented us seeing the sun until a few minutes after sunrise but seeing the dark stone transform to its red colour was worth the early start. Our guide Rithy was very informative and explained the history the temple...More
Located just south of the eastern reservoir, this temple is worth exploring, especially with all its towers rising up into the sky in the background to the main courtyards and wall, predominantly made of laterite. From the carpark area, it's flat dirt access to the...More
another cool temple in Angkor park. and i liked this temple. lol. i love to walk up and see a good view. this temple offered me this. wear good shoes and carry water. as u need to walk up and u r likely to be...More
Another good temple, we went in the morning and was still hot. Be ready for a climb up also. Not my favourite temple but with a guide you can stay as long or short of a period as you like. This was the first stop...More
I was only in Siem Reap for 2 days so had to try and squeeze in as much as possible. This was recommended as a second option to watch sunset and it did not disappoint. Only thing to warn about is the steps are steep....More
Built on 961 AD, and through the use of bricks, laterite and sandstone, this temple is famously known as Mountain temple. As you reach to the top, you will feel relaxed and get swayed by the cool breezeing winds. From the top itself, you will...More
A lesser known temple open at 5am. Our hotel owner and tuktuk driver didn't believe us but it's on the back of the ticket and on the sign at the entrance.
We were one of only 3 couples enjoying the sunrise from this eastern facing...More