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Banteay Srei | Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The most complete temple we have visited - with walls still in tact and roofs on top! It was absolutely pouring with rain when we visited but you could see this ‘mini Angkor wat’ was stunning. Carvings were beautiful too. A must see!

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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's tough to rate temples in this complex, because they're almost all special, spiritual, and awe inspiring in the own right of theirs. Banteay Samre might not rank as crucial in an one day routine, though the beauty is achieving it by bike after a...More

Thank Niki M
Reviewed 1 week ago

This Hindu temple is much more than one hour from Angkor by Tuk Tuk (maybe fifty percent of that time by automobile). Though it's well worth the drive to find out the rose colored sandstones, excellent but still identifiable structures and carvings that really are...More

Thank Ragnar H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the five gates resulting in the ancient town of Angkor Thom, this's the second most frequented gate. Carved faces much like the Bayon temple form the top of the gate plus carved heads representative of gods plus demons point upwards the the gate....More

Thank Beech L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This temple is located rather far from the stress of individuals and when we are there, very few travelers had been around. Story that is interesting from what I've read from the guide of mine on why the temple was built.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I enjoyed Banteay Samre. There was not many folks there and also I wandered around aimlessly, without any different traveler to distract me. I felt as I'd slipped back with time and was the very first individual to find out this particular place. I actually...More

1  Thank Сергей Е
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

An absolute gem! I realize it's much better in wet season as the moat is able to fill up with water. Well well worth the trip here with lots of shade to escape the heating it's a necessity. Stay away from the restaurant opposite though...More

1  Thank Kurt S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Come here to see the beautiful carvings. It is far enough from the other temples that the mass crowds dont come here (yet), but you should not exactly expect to be alone either. Well worth the trip, especially if you combine it with a trip...More

1  Thank Veps1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Banteay Samre may be easily completed during a trip to Banest Sri. Samre is less visited. We arrived aproximatelly 4:30 PM and there have been just several more folks. No buss on the parking even! Samre is in addition among our fave Ankor temples, there's...More

1  Thank Zarah S
Reviewed July 12, 2018

In case you decide on the grand tour, tuk tuk is going to take you to put outside angkor thom. Among the temple is Banteay Samre. It appear much like Angkorwat since it had been constructed unde King Suryavarman II rulings, making use of both...More

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Response from jyoti_13 | Reviewed this property |
The above answer is correct.you have to be physically present they take photo when you buy ticket.If you have a tour guide it is faster as well.Recommended is the 3 day pass,Because just in case you want to see the... More
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