Temple in Cambodia

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Angkor Wat Land, Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim, Water

Famous for: Temple, Architecture, Mountain

Angkor Wat is the most famed ancient temple site in Cambodia, and visiting the ancient Angkorian temples is the reason most visitors come to Cambodia. Angkor Wat was constructed from the early t...

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Wat Ounalom Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Library, temple, architecture

A visit to Wat Ounalom allows insight into the holy teachings, philosophies and history of Buddhism in Cambodia. Perhaps the most famous and oldest of five pagodas in the country, Wat Ounalom is...

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Ta Prohm Temple Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Monastery, Jungle, Temple

Ta Prohm is a quiet and extensive monastery, and unlike most other sites, it has only been partly cleared of overgrowth, and has been deliberately left more or less the way it was initially foun...

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Bayon Temple Entertainment, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple, Park, Scenic Beauty

The Bayon Temple is at the centre of the great walled metropolis of Angkor Thom, which is at the heart of the Angkor Archeological Park. Bayon has some 50 towers, with four colossal engraved fac...

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Banteay Samre Heritage, Pilgrim

Famous for: Art, Temples, Archaeological Park

Built in the idiosyncratic Angkor Wat-style of construction and art, this is a huge, comparatively low-rise temple. It was built around the same time as Angkor Wat, and the influence can seen in...

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Chau Say Thevoda Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple, Libraries, Carvings

Somewhere between 1120 and 1150AD, King Suryavarman II began building this smallish, elegant Hindu temple. It has a central sanctuary, two libraries and four gopuras which are at the four prime ...

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Phimeanakas Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Tower, Temple, Monarchy

A huge, tiered pyramid of laterite and sandstone construction, it is the tallest climbable temple in Angkor Thom, and from the top, it offers a good view of the neighbouring area. The staircase ...

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Preah Khan Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple, Carvings, Monastery

Preah Khan, which means 'sacred sword’ is a temple that has been left in a largely unreconstructed condition. It is not as visually spectacular as Ta Prohm, but it is a big, explorable...

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Pre Rup Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple, Carvings, Monastery

A huge temple-mountain, it contains well- conserved carvings of fine detail. This architecturally and attractively excellent temple is situated just south of the East Baray, and is similar in co...

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Ta Keo Land, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple, Mountain, Sandstone Blocks

This is a large, temple-mountain style structure, built of massive sandstone blocks. It was built by three different kings: Jayavarman V, Jayaviravarman, and Suryavarman I. When Jayavarman V sta...

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Terrace Of The Elephants And Terrace Of The Leper Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple, Archaeological Park, Elephants Terace

The terrace of the Elephants is a remarkable 300 meter long, and two and a half-meters high, and is festooned with carved elephants and garudas(Eagles). The north part of the wall contains a num...

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The Ruluos Group Of Temples Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temples, Museum, Monuments

East of Siem Reap alongside National Highway No. 6 is the 9th century group of temples named for the close by town of Roluos. This group of ancient structures are what remains of Hariharalaya, t...

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The Baray Lakes Nature, Pilgrim, Water

Famous for: Lakes, Resorts, Temples

One of the most outstanding aspects of Angkor is the huge Baray. They are enormous ancient rectangular artificial reservoirs, and the two biggest are on the east and west sides of Angkor Thom. T...