This ancient Khmer ruin is in a beautiful location on top of an extinct volcano and the grounds are immaculate. In addition, there is a free museum that has great exhibits with English translations. The temple itself has been restored, but is mostly intact with original carvings featuring the Ramayana. Dedicated to Shiva, it is worth a visit just for its historical and cultural significance. Built along the lines of Angkor Wat, and by a distant relative of the designer, it is an architectural marvel. One of the best temples I've seen and well-worth the 100 BHT admission charge. Go early!
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