This is a temple on top of a big hill that overlooks the greater temple area. The hike to the top is not too bad and had good views of a neighboring temple and of the countryside. You can also ride an elephant to the top for $20. You can see Angkor Wat from the top--but it is not as spectacular as you probably think it will be. It's pretty small and a lot of it is hidden by trees. Because of the trees you can't see any other temples. So really it's a good place just to get some elevation and look out over the countryside, not a good place to see other temples. A lot of people try to come up here for sunset, but we came just an hour or two before that and had the place to ourselves. At sunset there were throngs of people on their way up and there wasn't even much of a sunset. I would avoid that time just because of the crowds. The temple itself is not much. It's more of a giant open platform to stand and admire the view from.
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