My last day at Angkor Wat was phenomenal. My favorite temple of the day was Prasat Preah Khan, one of the largest Angkor Wat monuments. The central area is relatively compact and maze-like but has lots of beautiful photo opportunities. There is a library like Grecian styled two-story structure at the North East corner of [...]
Today I continued exploring the ruins/temples at Angkor Wat. One of the most unique highlights of the day was the Ta Phrom temple, where they filmed the movie Tomb Raider. Over the course of hundreds of years, massive trees have grown throughout the site, creating a visually unique mix of lush nature and stone ruins.
Angkor Wat is a Archaeological site with tens of unique temples built by the Khmer kings in the 12th century. The main attraction is the Angkor Wat temple but some of the additional temples are just as exciting and unique. I’ll let the photos do the talking…
See the Angkor Wat Day 1 photos here.
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Today was a big day. I visited the top four tourist sites in Phnom Penh in one day.
The national museum was a good start and has the largest collection of Khmer (Cambodian) artwork and artifacts in the world. No [...]
Cambodia has been a real treat for me so far. I’ve been relaxing during the days at the restaurants by the river, strolling through the malls in the afternoons and at night hitting all the top venues.
I’ve been really enjoying some of the food here in Cambodia. Their western food is also quite good. Last night, [...]