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Seiha Houen
If you really do only have one day to explore Angkor Wat, we’d recommend doing the standard of the Small Circuit, which takes in the top three temple sites of Angkor Wat, Bayon, and Ta Prohm. With over 1000 temples compressed into a 400-square-kilometer area, seeing them all in a single day.
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Cambodia has a plethora of attractions and activities available throughout all year, but in November each year, the Bon Om Touk or Water Festival, which shuts down the town and opens the rivers to a spectacular spectacle, is the absolute peak of festivals.
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best time to visit angkor wat
Angkor Wat is one of the world's most magnificent structures. This is a large temple that is commonly referred to as the lost city of Angkor.  Angkor Wat attracts travelers from all over the world due to its vast collection of ruins.
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Banteay Samre
Banteay Samre is an unusual combination of architectural excellence and Cambodian history. This Hindu temple stands out among Cambodia's numerous amazing cultural monuments. Perhaps it's because of the intriguing legends associated with it.
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Visit Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat is the reason why many people decide to visit Cambodia. It is one of the essential places to visit sometime in your life for its majesty and complexity. The Angkor compound is over 80 hectares in size and has several temple complexes.
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Cambodia is a Southeast Asian country bordered by Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos. Many travelers choose Cambodia as their preferred vacation destination because it has so much to offer, including an amazing collection of prehistoric monuments such as Angkor Wat, spectacular architectural designs, tropical beaches, and luxury hotels and resorts.
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There is no single answer that is valid for everyone since it depends on the time you have for your trip, and the desire you have to deepen the visit. From our experience, I would tell you that what more satisfies most travelers is spending three whole days visiting the Cambodian Temples of Angkor, since...
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The name of Angkor Thom literally means "Big City" (Angkor: city; Thom: big), and it is not a temple, but the place that from the end of the 12th century became the capital of the Khmer empire, built by King Jayavarman VII. Scattered over its area of ​​about 10 km2 there are several temples, such...
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ta prohm temple
Ta Prohm is the temple with the most special atmosphere in Angkor. The embrace of the jungle has made this place one of the most iconic in Cambodia. Its crumbling towers and walls imprisoned by the gigantic tree roots create a unique atmosphere that will make you feel like an explorer from another era.
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angkor wat sunrise
Sunrise at Angkor Wat has become one of the most popular and exotic travel photographs in the world. As a result, you shouldn't be shocked if you share the view with many others on the day you want to visit the Cambodian temple complex. This can make the atmosphere stressful at times, particularly when dust,...
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