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Ta Keo is one of the oldest “popular” temples in the Angkor Wat area. What sets it apart from others is the lack of sculptures (except for one Buddha in the central tower).
We exactly liked it for this reason. It is much less crowded...More
This is a nice temple, but it involves a steep climb up a lot of large steps to get to the top. It is unfinished so there are not many carvings, but the view of the jungle from the top is interesting.
Be careful on...More
If you are pressed for time, you can totally skip this one. This one is in the route most tourists are taken to, and so not worth it. Saying that, it is hot in the jungle, even in Feb. One only has so much energy...More
Another must-see Temple in the Angkor Archaeological Site as it is one of the tallest monuments here. Follow the dirt pathway from the carpark to the base of the Temple. The pathway is steep so if using a wheelchair you may need someone to push...More
I loved this temple, it was my favourite place out of all of them ( we did them all) go 7.30 in the Morning and enjoy it quiet, sit at the top and just take it in.
You have to do some climbing but really...More
We visited Ta Keo temple and very good views at the top. You can claim up and see surrounding views it was so nice and windy over there. Look to the everybody from the top you saw them small. This temple was support to restore...More
I had told our guide I wanted to see as many temples as we possible could in 2 days and he gave us our money’s worth. I hadn’t really heard of this wat but we stopped anyway. My wife, who was feeling tired at this...More
My most memorable thing about this temple is the steps - steep, high and sometimes uneven steps - all the way to the top. Our driver warned us not to attempt them if we are afraid of heights. But this was only our second temple...More