Bayon Temple is the focus of so many good reviews but I really find it chaotic and disorderly. The faces yes, they are great and add a great deal of character.
We visited this place last February 2014. The place is amazing. One of the places that people must see in their life.
I was lucky enough to spend 3 glorious days int this country and without a doubt the Bayon Temple is just fascinating. I was besotted with Angkor Wat for years but was very surprised by the splendour of the Bayon Temple. The number of faces in the temple is amazing, you just keep seeing new ones everywhere you look. I... More
This is an absolutely beautiful temple that can not be missed. It was definitely one of our top 5. When we were there, it was extremely full. It was around 9 AM on a weekday (after going to Angkor Wat for the sunrise), and when on the top, it was just too many people. I would recommend anyone who goes... More
Impossible to describe. Visit it. Very, very good. Especially at sunset. I feel time in every stone of this temple
this monument is amazing ; looks like a carved rock instead of what it is ; many rocks molden together made many century ago Good to see no more climbing over with now wooden platforms to take the traffic
This temple had a lot of interest factor because of the faces, but it was so crowded it was hard to get uninterrupted shots. There were a lot of wild monkeys in this area and right opposite the elephant rides.
It was a marvelous experience. We went in after 5:30pm, which you don’t have to pay but in two days we could see Angkor Wat and Bayon. If you really want to experience this area you need all day or more day than that.
The Bayon Temples were breathtaking and a defiante must see when visit Siem Reap. The faces you see over the temples are truly amazing!
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