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Baphuon, Terrace of Elephants & Leper King at Angkor Thom

There’s more to Angkor Thom than the smiling faces of Bayon.

Some of these are quite interesting, but unfortunately we couldn’t explore much as the afternoon heat was too much for us to take. 373 more words


Coming Soon: Day 2-Angkor Thom And Date Night

Coming soon, “Day 2: Exploring Angkor Thom And Date Night”.  Here’s a sneak peek at some of the pictures.


Giants Balustrades making the gate to Angkor Thom

Funny or Mad Giant? 

What is special about this photo of Giant? I bet many of the Cambodians have seen this gate already. Yet, have you noticed that each Giant seems to have different facial expressions? 63 more words

Angkor Wat

Bulan ni menjelajah ke Siem Reap, Combodia. Tujuan utama utk melihat Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom dan Ta Prohm. Semuanya dapat dikunjungi dengan cuaca panas terik. 136 more words


Bayon: The Smiling Faces of Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom (not to be confused with the more famous Angkor Wat) was the last capital of the Angkorian empire. It captures Angkor at the period when Jayavarman VII reclaimed the empire from Cham invaders in 1181, which resulted with a massive building campaign for his new Royal Palace. 218 more words


Bayon: The Temple of Many Faces

Bayon is one of the most famous temples within the Angkor Archaeological Park. You may know it as the temple with the many faces. Bayon was built in the late 12th or early 13th century, as the official state temple of the Mahayana Buddhist King Jayavarman VII. 560 more words


A Practical Guide To Angkor

The walled city of Angkor has been everything – From an architectural marvel to mysterious abandoned structures drawing the world’s curiosity and amazement alike – an Enigma. 1,787 more words