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A Travel Blog entry by tinayoung from Neak Pean, KH.16, Cambodia
... a little bit of water provided a semblance of what it may have looked like when completely filled. Surprisingly, it was believed that Neak Pean was built as a hospital by Jayavarman VII based on the balance of the elements: Earth, Wind, Fire, and of ...
A Travel Blog entry by johnsjourneys from Siem Reap, Khétt Siĕm Réab, Cambodia
... of the man made structure and opportunity taken by nature to regain its territory present some amazing images. Neak Pean is a medical facility, from the second half of the 12th century. It comprises 4 ...
A Travel Blog entry by chrisandem from Siem Reap, Cambodia
... not find our way out for ages. Preah Neak Pean was the next stop and this was another one of our favourites. Preah Neak Pean is a large pool, surrounded by four smaller pools. The centre pool has a huge statue of two Nagas (snakes) which channels ...
A Travel Blog entry by chaletaria from Banteay Srei, Khétt Siĕm Réab, Cambodia
... good for malaria (his mother used a lot of herbs for medicine). There was a long pavement down to it with an elephant. Neak Pean means “entwined serpents” which refers to the 2 long nagas with entwined tails around the temple base (which ...
A Travel Blog entry by andrewy from Siem Reap, Cambodia
... to civilization (sort of) once again. The afternoon is just more temple hopping. I saw Banteay Srei, Banteay Samre, East Mebon, Neak Pean, Ta Som and finally Banteay Prei. Seeing so many temples in such a short time makes it difficult to absorbe ...
A Travel Blog entry by lucinate from Siem Reap, Cambodia
... another group of ruins. Preah Khan, Neak Pean and Ta Som. Preah Khan has trees holding it together and is lovely, then Neak Pean totally different. It's a stupa in the middle of what used to be a large man-made pond with four smaller pools surrounding ...
A Travel Blog entry by easyread from Siem Reap, Cambodia
... of Dancing Apsaras. I was hot and exhausted by that time, though, so an hour of wandering around the twisting corridors was plenty. Neak Pean was disappointing, because it's a series of pools that are empty during the dry season (now). At 2:00 we rode ...
A Travel Blog entry by grizzly from Siem Reap, KH.16, Cambodia
... town - Prasat Kravan - Sras Srang (for sunrise) - Banteay Kdei - Pre Rup - Banteay Samre - East Mebon - Ta Som - Krol Ko - Neak Pean - Preah Khan - Prasat Prei/Banteay Prei - North Gate - Prasats Suor Prat - Chau Say Thevoda - Thommanom - Ta Keo - Ta ...
A Travel Blog entry by yelkins from Siem Reap, Cambodia
... left the park which meant only a few were left exploring the twists and turns of these crumbling temples. Following these were Ta Som, Neak Pean and Preah Khan. Neak Pean was especially spectacular since we has to walk over a small wooden bridge in order ...
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