ta keo is big one but not so interesting but no caving .the temple higher stare not so many people visiting .
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From Angkor Wat, drove about 30 minutes before arriving at Ta Keo Temple. There is a ticket check point before entering the temple. Ta Keo was the very first sandstone temple built in the 10th century. Much earlier than Angkor Wat but the works did...More
Nice temple. No need to stay long here. Just enjoy the view from the top. I wouldn't recommend this place if you aren't fit or strong because the stairs are very steep and large. Best part about ta keo is that their is almost nobody...More
This temple I beleive where the king would visit to pray on special occasions, it had a temple in the center with long steps leading up check out the large rocks used for the doorway arches, they are massive and couldnt even imagine how they...More
We spent a short amount of time at this Temple - it's not a must do, but there is a bit of a fun personal challenge in conquering the steps to go to the top, and then not breaking your neck on the climb down....More
Another temple that you might not want to spend long. You could take very good shot from outside as the layers are visible and you could climb up and take photo from the ground. Go in and climb up to the top if you wish...More
It is incredible to see the intricate carvings done in the 12th and 13th centuries on the temples of Ankor. This is a Buddhist's and art lover's paradise.
This did look like another nice temple although our driver suggested it was only worth stopping for a photo shoot, this was probably as we were on a timetable and it wasn't part of our itinerary but it did look like it was worth investigating...More
This was our first encounter with a red mountain-temple (we saw Pre Rup and Eastern Mebon the next days), so there was an element of surprise and quite a bit of excitement at climbing the very steep steps. The barely decorated red sandstone “mount with...More