The West Baray is a reservoir from Angkorian times and is still operational today. The waters of the Baray also serve as irrigation for rice crops in ancient times. The tall dykes have steps leading all the way down where local folks have stalls selling food, renting rubber tubes as well as deck chairs. A temple, East Mebon is in the center of this Baray. We bought some crickets here to sample while enjoying the view. A must visit if you have the time.
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