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Visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia: My Memory of Angkor Temples

Updated on February 2, 2013

Exploring a UNESCO World Heritage Site: The Angkor Temples

Using our one-day pass to the Angkor temples in Siem Reap, we fully utilised it and visited countless temples. For me, the most memorables ones are definitely Ta Prohm with the tree roots taking over the temples, Bayon where the many stone faces "look" at you from the towers and the largest of them all, Angkor Wat. Enjoy the following photos which we took during our tour! PS. There are also three-day passes available for those who have more time and which to explore the smaller and less visited temples as well.

South Gate of Angkor Thom

Bayon Temple

Possibility of Visit?

Baphuon Temple

Terrace of the Leper King

Carving at the Small Temple of Banteay Kdei

Steep Stairs at Ta Keo Temple

Tree Roots taking Over Ta Prohm

Small Temple of Prasat Kravan

Inside Angkor Wat

Sunset At Phnom Bakheng


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