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Our Cambodian trip consisted of 44 nights in Siem Reap and 2 nights in Phnom Penh. And the hotels (Anantara Angkor Resort, Siem Reap; Palace Gate Hotel, Phnom Penh) helped us with vehicles and guides for our sightseeing trips. Our program was: day 1 (3.30-7.3-pm)...More
This is a huge terrace about 40 feet while paved in cobblestone. There are elephants everywhere so it is cool to see it from the ground, as well up on top from the cobble stone. It takes about 10-15 minutes to walk, with not many...More
You can quite easily get into carving overload here the terrace is about 350 metres long an fully carved all the way.some of the best ones are by the steps where the elephants are more statues than relief carvings.
Tired as I was by the time I walked to this Terrace of Elephants, I was still amazed at the majestic aura. Imagine you are the emperor sitting on the terrace when all the elephants and the royal officials march in front your eyes. Fabulous!
The area is well preserved, well showed and if you like old stones and old bas-reliefs, you will be in haven (like I was). Definitely a place to visit if possible.The rainy season is the best because moss grows on the sculptures and make them...More
By normal standards this terrace is superb but there is SO much to see in Ankor that you quickly become saturated.
It all becomes very crowded once the coaches arrive in the morning so go early and avoid the sunrise spots if you dont want...More