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Preah Khan

Angkor Wat (2012)

This tree looks like the hind of a dragon mounted on a Medieval battlement.


Travel Diaries | Siem Reap Day 2

On the first day of my temple tour, I took the tuk-tuk to the temples and ran into someone from the hostel who had biked to the temples. 613 more words


Temples of Angkor (In Pictures)

Only because of the sheer numbers of temples, I’ll have to do most of this in pictures! Besides Angkor Wat there are many other complexes in the reserve. 116 more words


Doorways of My Travels

(This post is linked to Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Doorways)

Here are the many doorways I have had come across my travels :-) 46 more words


The Wonder of the Ancient Angkor

We set out early on our first day of exploring the magnificent temples of Angkor. We wanted to beat the heat as every day had clocked above 30 C since our arrival. 436 more words


Beyond Angkor: How lasers revealed a lost city

Deep in the Cambodian jungle lie the remains of a vast medieval city, which was hidden for centuries. New archaeological techniques are now revealing its secrets – including an elaborate network of temples and boulevards, and sophisticated engineering. 944 more words


Preah Khan and Phnom Bakheng

Preah Khan

Preah Khan (“Royal Sword”) is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built in the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII. It is located northeast of… 207 more words