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Top Temples In Siem Reap
Top Temples In Siem Reap
Top Temples In Siem Reap
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Top Temples In Siem Reap

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Planning a trip to Cambodia? Here's a guide to the best temples to visit while in Siem Reap, from one of Ruba's expert contributors!

Planning a trip to Cambodia? Here's a guide to the best temples to visit while in Siem Reap, from one of Ruba's expert contributors!

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  • 1. Top Temples in Siem Reap A Ruba Visual Travel Guide by Joanne Lane
  • 2. Angkor Wat Especially gorgeous to visit as the sun sets, this three tiered temple is a visitor favorite. You can get great photos of the monks flitting between the columns at this temple
  • 3. Bayon These east-facing temple is located in the center of Angkor Thom, the ancient capital of the Khmer Empire. The Buddha faces on the highest towers are particularly famous
  • 4. Ta Prohm Located close to Angkor Thom, this temple is popular as a symbol of nature reclaiming man made works, with trees growing throughout the temple
  • 5. Beng Mealea This is one of the largest temples, but is quieter than most thanks to its remote location. Similar to Ta Prohm, trees have overgrown parts of this temple
  • 6. Terrace of Elephants This one actually isn’t a temple, but it’s located in Angkor Thom. Elephant tusks jut out of the terrace which ancient Kings used to oversee their armies and public viewings
  • 7. Thanks for watching! To see more great visual travel guides - or to create your own - visit www.ruba.com

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