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One of the most scenic places. On a high level hence a great view point to the floating villages and the beautiful houses on the valley. A great place to walk up the hill with friends, barbecue and biking. Great for photos and video shoots!...More
The tuk tuk ride to the temple is really great. The little villages and rice and lotus farms are interesting. Once you reach the temple location you need to climb! The first set of stairs you will encounter are steep - there are 151 stairs....More
The hill is very rocky; local legend has it that the rocks were exposed by the monkey general Hanuman during a hunt for medicine in the Ramayana epic. The area beyond the temple’s west gate affords a spectacular view of the Tonle Sap Lake. The...More
I bicycled there, along the river road, saw lots of communities, had a cold drink from some kids. Climbing the steps is good exercise. If you don't have a valid Angkor ticket, you can pay $5 to continue up the steep hill to the ruins...More
This temple is very worth visiting if you are spending a couple of days in Siem Reap. You will see Cambodians going up the hill in groups, and will be able to enjoy an amazing view from the top. I took a motorcycle and biked...More
Really,,,, you wen to other temples. so... is not necesary arrive at this temple ( not good conservation , not good location, far... )... BUT... you arrive and crossed villages and reallyCAMBODIA....
SO... is your choice, if you have time...
You first have to climb a lot of stairs before arriving to this old temple. The temples itself aren't this spectacular even though they look really old and unrestored. If you go around sunset you'll be able to watch a beautiful sunset just past the...More
We rented out bicycles to get there and it was one heck of a ride over there (the worst part being the city centre of Siem Reap, however the majority of the ride was much calmer and therefore pleasant as we rode alongside nice fields)....More