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... does not move and the heat is bounced back between the buildings.
Angkor is a “ must see before you die” event, there is no doubt about that. The architecture is
amzazing. The main temples stand out from the rest for another reason;
The temple is the heart and soul of Cambodia. It is the national symbol, the epicentre of Khmer civilisation and a source of fierce national pride. Soaring skyward and surrounded ...
... to inform visitors of the history, the details of the bas reliefs, the apsara carvings, the stories of the kings, the Buddhist and Hindu Gods. After two hours, Tony and I left the building feeling overwhelmed by all the information, yet better prepared for the upcoming visits to the temples. In hindsight, I should have paid more attention to my Asian Civilization lectures in college, oh well.
Since Siem Reap relies on tourism, one is met ...
... whatever else. I guess we'd slightly misheard, since they were already doing all the wine-drinking and socializing when we got back (it was probably about noon at this point). Astrid came to the door and asked us if we'd like to join, and when I mentioned we could for the stuff happening later, she let us know it was happening now. We decided we should go for at least an hour or so, and it ended up being a really great visit. All the kids were hanging out in the ...
... site is one of the smallest at Angkor.
Bayon, also known as the Faces Temple, contains 216 faces of Buddha, who also looks very much like the king at the time.
A Khmer massage and another delicious «ambodian meal finished my day and my time in Cambodia. Tomorrow it is back to Vietnam.
My guide Jet and tuk tuk Driver Mr Tin arrive at 5am to take me to watch sunrise over Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat is the world's largest religious building built around 1113 and represents heaven on earth. It measures 1.5 by 1.3 kms, surrounded by a 190m moat. To see sunrise over the central towers is very good luck and as we were there 2 days after the equinox, we were very fortunate to see the sun sit atop of the main ...