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another wall of sculptures near Angkor Wat and adjacent to Elephant Terrace( where the sculptures are more recognisable).Be driven by it on your way to/from Angkor Wat (which is the great site in this area).
Situated at the far end of the more famous and prominent Elephant terrace, this terrace with intricate carvings is easy to miss. Called the "Leper King" because discolouration and moss growing on it was reminiscent of a person with leprosy, and also because it fit...More
The guide had mentioned we’d see the Terrace of the Elephants but didn’t mention the Terrace of the Leper King. I then inquired as to why there was a different section here and he mentioned it was a different attraction and that he was on...More
This terrace is located at the far end of the Terrace of the Elephants and it is easy to think that it is part of that terrace and overlook it,the carving is much more detailed and intricate than on the elephants,there is a hidden walk...More
I am sure I would have missed it had I not been with a tour guide. It is almost like part of the Terrance of the the Elephants in terms of its size, its location and its appearance, but it is in fact a terrace...More
Takes 15 mins. Right at north end of the Elephant Terrace (I mistook it as part of the Elephant Terrace).
Very interesting secret "tunnel" of stone carvings. The headless leper figure is gone and replaced with new sitting statue.
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Hello. I got a car and driver at no additional charge with my hotel room, but I can offer some advice. It will probably cost less than you would expect, esp if you have hired a car and driver in Europe. I think I saw... More
Hello. I got a car and driver at no additional charge with my hotel room, but I can offer some advice. It will probably cost less than you would expect, esp if you have hired a car and driver in Europe. I think I saw $30-40 per day in guidebooks. You will only get a car and driver -- not a guide. The driver will speak enough English to get you around. The driver is not a guide. He is not permitted to join you inside any of the temples. Hope this helps.