This son et lumiere is a mixture of education and entertainment. Well worth the 20 minute wait for the doors to open and let us in (late).
It employed the latest laser and projection technology, mixed in with the original buildings and artefacts, and viewed from the natural terrace at the end of the sacred pool.
One tip. Bring a torch, as although the whole site is well-lit, there are some areas that are in shadow when crowded, and the ground can be uneven. Not suitable for disabled and wheelchair users without assistance.
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