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We'll start in the morning, whenever you want. I will pick you up from the hotel. After a short briefing, I first let you see how the people are making rice noodles. After that, we are going to see how the old lady is rolling the cigarettes. After...more
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Banan Hill | Address: 118 Street 3, Battambang 02360, Cambodia, Battambang 02000, Cambodia
All reviews worth the climb steep stairs odd steps banan temple hiring a tuk tuk well worth the effort nice visit worth a visit entry fee ancient ruins siem reap battambang town phnom sampeau ek phnom bamboo train rice day tour
It is surrounding by jungle with peaceful and beautiful views around the temple and it is very impressive but you have to walk up to the temple on the top with 568 steps up and down, it is good stort to go up by stairs...More
Yes there are quite a lot of steps and during the heat of the day isn't the best time to go up them but it is achievable, as I found out today. The view from the top is great as well as looking at the...More
Only for real Angkor-era enthusiasts. Like many attractions we visited (& paid $ to enter) there was virtually no literature on Wat Banan so it was all a bit context-less. A steep climb up some uneven stairs leads you to a Wat which is nice...More
I was a bit disappointed by this temple. You have to climb about 300 steps to the top and when you finally get there the site is very very small. The views of the lake below are blocked by trees.
However if you like physical...More
Despite reading other reviews I hadn't quite comprehend that there is literally a stone staircase directly up to the temple (I thought it might be winding steps around a hill like others I've visited). Nonetheless it only took 10 minutes for us of reasonable fitness...More
It’s beautiful view on top that you could see lake, flat lands, crops, paddy fields... but first need to climb the long long long and steep stairs. Worth the climb. If you’re using maps.me, don’t follow the car route as it will bring you to...More
I had a great experience at Banon district where there is a wonderful ancient temple on the top of Banan Mountain. The temple is much more impressive than the other temples in the city that standing a thousand years with the rise of five lotus...More
Steep stair says the sign - and it’s true. So arrive early and take some water to visit this small but beautiful Ankgorian temple. The scale is more human than Angkor Wat which enabled me to feel up close and personal with this ancient treasure.