Well... we were taken here by our tour guide. We had no clue it too so long to get to the top of the mountain (approximately 2 hours from downtown Siem Reap). Distance was not that far but, the climb up the mountain was all dirt road, and thus, very bumpy-- it was about an hour of bumpy road. While this seemed to be a very meaningful religious site to Buddhists and Hindus, for me as a tourist (not Hindu nor Buddhist), I would have preferred more temple tours around Siem Reap. The waterfall was refreshing but I think people do bathe here for religious reasons. We did enjoy the walk around the villages and seeing how locals live; and of course the huge reclining buddha. Our tour guide seemed to really revere the place and was so excited to touch the waters of the 1,000 lingas.
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