Whether you have a day or a week, you must go to Bayon on your temple tour. It is famous for the faces carved everywhere into the rock. GO!
Visiting Angkor Wat and surrounding temples might be too tiring (considering the ampunt of walking and climbing you'll have to do), but the diversity of the temples makes it worth your while. Face to face with Bayon Temple (literally) is an amazing experience, I would say one of my top three temples in Siem Reap. Try to go around late... More
Bayon Temple is a beautiful place. Make you time here a little more special by taking an elephant ride around the temples just make sure to buy your elephant some bananas or the small pineapples. One thing I did notice about most of the temples we visited is that there are vendor inside that will have you light a incense... More
The temple area is great, a must see for everybody. You pay one price per day for the temple area and are allowed to visit as much temples as you like.
So Angkor Wat is a must when visiting the temples in Siem Reap but we found Bayon Temple much nicer. It is certainly smaller but the carvings of the stone, the lay out and the location are simply wonderful. Around every corner you walk there is a surprise, a small window for a great photo, a carving that can wow... More
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