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We gone to all the principal temples in the area, then simply Preah Khan was ideal from the perspective of mine as being a photographer. As the majority of others noted this is less touristy than a great deal of the very popular temples and...More
There are few places on this planet that take my breath away like preah kahn. The trees that have overtaken the temples are the most magnificent on earth. Like bizarre alien appendages, the trees are like nothing you’ve seen before or will
Ever see again....More
This particular temple has it all: a magnificent bridge in the entry, successfully preserved structures though similarly jungle claiming the spot of its returned, long hallways, a great deal of carvings and statues, but surprisingly couple of tourists. Maybe it was the a bit of...More
Loved this place, my fave out of all the temples I visited in Angkor. Like something from an Indiana Jones movie or a Hollywood film set but this is the real thing. The trees intertwine with the buildings in a mesmerising way. Unmissable.
Another temple built for King Jayavarman VII to honour his father. He also probably lived in it whilst Angkor Thom was being built. You’ll see pillars with the front sections removed. This is because it was originally Hindu and all Hindu images were removed when...More
If you are pressed for time or templed out to see all of the grand circuit, this is one temple you must see.
It predates Angkor Wat and is much smaller, so if you can visit first, you will appreciate it better.
The bas reliefs,...More
One of amazing temples can’t be missed on your itinerary while you’re visiting Siem Reap. I went with families on weekend. It takes a least couple of hours to see the temple complex and hidden statues. It is one of beautiful temple would recommend to...More
There are a few interesting parts of the temple, like the elephant trunk tree that make it a temple worthwhile visiting, but honestly there are others that were just a little bit more exciting for us. Why we still give it a 5/5 is because...More
Hi, I hired the Tuk Tuk driver Mr Tivea from my hotel that picked me up from the airport.. for $30US I had him take me out to Banteay Srei ( about 40 km out of siem reap) visiting Preah Roup on the way and then East Baray... More
Hi, I hired the Tuk Tuk driver Mr Tivea from my hotel that picked me up from the airport.. for $30US I had him take me out to Banteay Srei ( about 40 km out of siem reap) visiting Preah Roup on the way and then East Baray finishing the day at Preah Khan.
The following day for $15US he drove me around the main sites of Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm..both trips were full days and I walked around each site and met up with the driver at an appointed spot.
The 3 day pass was $40 US and only took a few minutes getting the photo and pass done at the new facility on our way out to our first site.
We stopped for a cheap and simple lunch each day and there was always plenty of water on the Tuk Tuk.
When we were there, they closed at 5.00 & are open daily. You'll find that your Tuk Tuk driver or taxi driver will know what the hours are for all of them. They will also know what time to go to avoid the bus loads of... More
When we were there, they closed at 5.00 & are open daily. You'll find that your Tuk Tuk driver or taxi driver will know what the hours are for all of them. They will also know what time to go to avoid the bus loads of people! Hope you have a ball :-)