This is actually a sprawling complex of a number of temples and associated buildings.
We spent close to an hour here walking around with our local guide who was able to point out the more important features.
Fortunately the day we were there it was neither crowded nor hot, because it would have been far less pleasant in those conditions because you need to walk in the open from one part to another.
I'm not about another post that referred to no photos; we only saw 1 temple inside which it said no photos. It might also help if you don't try to take photos with a flash that can be offensive inside a temple.
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