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Very squisite and gentle carvings
In very good conditions, we widowed it also in 2016 and the difference now is that the internal area has been fenced to be preserved, so you can visit it walking around, before you could go everywhere
We visited four temples during our drive to Siem Reap and for me which was my favorite. Generally there have been less users so we could shoot pictures of the temple with no additional tourists in them, there's little queuing and this meant the location...More
I came alone so the best was to rent a motorbike($12+2$ for fuel) and rode here after the sunrise at angkor wat.Just follow the app,MAPS.ME(must download for backpackers!)
Came here to see my monkey guardians and enjoyed the red sandstones.
The carving of this temple is probably the most intact in comparison with a lot of temples in Angkor Wat. Though the trip took about 45mins from town though I still consider the worth of its for a trip. The temple isn't large you can...More
This temple is into position as compared to the majority of the "big" temples in Angkor Complex. It has taken us aproximatelly one hour to make it happen by tukuk and also you pass through markets and villages of those residing in the park. Thinking...More
This temple is intricately carved from red sandstone and is well preserved. It is on a much smaller scale than the other temples. You can get beautiful pictures.
It is a little far from downtown Siem Reap however we enjoyed seeing the villages and countryside...More
The women’s temple is the small but a must. The cravings in the hard sandstone are preserved and photogenic. Look for the Modanna of the temple. Have been 4 times to the temples and will always return to this one. You can not go wro;g.
purpose of visiting cambodia siem reap was just to see these places. its very economical, i hired a taxi （40 dollars）for a full day tour to 3 temples and lastly to see sun set. this was the first temple i visited, it was so beautiful...More
This was a 45 minute tuktuk ride from angkor wat but definitely worth it. It was a great opportunity to see how the locals live and enjoy the peaceful surroundings and fresh air. Also visit one of the many stalls selling palm candy in jars...More
We were there in the late afternoon (4 p.m.) in March on a slightly cloudy day but even then I would have been hard-pressed to call the sandstone colour "pink", more like a "pale reddish-brown". We were supposed to go back... More
We were there in the late afternoon (4 p.m.) in March on a slightly cloudy day but even then I would have been hard-pressed to call the sandstone colour "pink", more like a "pale reddish-brown". We were supposed to go back to one of the Angkor Wat temples for sunset, but decided to visit the Land Mine museum near Banteay Srei instead. Just as well, as the cloud cover increased so no sunset - just the amazing gold outline behind the jagged cloud fringes - looked like forked lightning! The most important thing about BS is the exquisite sandstone carvings - small but beautifully-formed - so go for that reason not the colour.