Religious Sites in Siem Reap

Religious Sites in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Religious Sites in Siem Reap

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  • b2run
    Huatulco, Mexico260 contributions
    In the Angkor Wat area, this is often included in the tour packages. It isn't as impressive as the Angkor Wat main site, but the strangler figs growing up among the ruins with their creeping roots gives it a jungle temple feel. Also, we saw a troupe of spider monkeys on the way. Definitely worth the visit.
    Written February 22, 2024
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  • Wandis Etock
    London, UK4 contributions
    Delicate details and fine craftsmanship are a testament to the skill of the Khmer artisansThe ancient culture and spiritual atmosphere that surround the temple can be felt in every ornamental flourish and sacred symbolismThe temple's exotic beauty and intricate carvings will leave you astonished.
    Written February 14, 2024
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  • Mike
    Spain1 contribution
    I contacted Daniel via WhatsApp after finding his website. Daniel was with us for 4 days and an airport drop off. We visited many temples and had a great laugh doing it with our Cambodian Brother. I would definitely recommend his services. Daniel is not just a tuktuk driver. He is drives the Ferrari of tuktuks, is your personal photographer and explains history of cambodia. Kindly providing cold towels and cold water. Daniel speaks great english as you explore the calm temples. Our brother thank you for making our trip fabulous.
    Written February 5, 2024
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  • HMKaren
    Los Angeles, CA895 contributions
    This was our last temple in Cambodia, and it was great! The temple isn't big, it doesn't take a lot of time. It's 3 levels, so you have two sets of stairs to climb. They're not bad at all. It's a beautiful temple, and the five sanctuary towers on the top have gorgeous carved detail. And lions. Big lion statues. The view from the top was great. This is another one that is pretty quiet, not many people. It was great having the place mostly to ourselves.
    Written February 11, 2024
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  • Meander598229
    1 contribution
    Wang tuk tuk driver is a nice guy! Do try out his services when in Siem Reap. His tuk tuk fits 4 people comfortably. Clean and safe.
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Lexibelle
    Phoenix, AZ1,265 contributions
    This was an amazing experience! The amount of art and history is outstanding. The history is so rich. Of course it has been pilfered thru out the history but it still stands. You have to use your imagination to see what it had to look like in the beginning with all the, jewels, stones and figures before it was robbed.
    Written February 18, 2024
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  • Ana-Maria B
    Cluj-Napoca, Romania1,251 contributions
    Before you go, make sure you have story shoes and are in reasonable physical condition (no need to hit the gym, there were retirees and children doing it, but if you are not steady on your feet, accidents may happen).
    A bit off the beaten track, this temple does not have decorations, but it is still very impressive by size alone. Climb to the top, enjoy the view and hold on tight when going back down - no rails to hold on to!
    Written December 17, 2023
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  • HMKaren
    Los Angeles, CA895 contributions
    This is a pretty quiet temple, with giant elephant statues on the corners. It's an easy walk from the parking area, and it doesn't involve as much climbing as some of the other temples (a very nice thing on a hot, humid day). This one wasn't originally on our list of things to do, but we were passing and it looked fun. (It's included with the Angkor ticket.) I'm glad we stopped---it was worth a short visit.
    Written February 11, 2024
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  • Bangkokgirl2018
    Phoenix, AZ159 contributions
    Two Elephants lost their lives here. Walking lazy tourist's up the mountain.
    No water! They both had heat exhaustion..ridden into the ground.
    Do not ride Elephants anywhere please! Do your homework.
    Written January 9, 2024
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  • Laura M
    13 contributions
    We’ve been to Siem Reap in February and can highly recommend Viti as a driver! He picked us up from the airport once we arrived and another day, he organized a Tuktuk tour with a friend of him. We planned to do a Angkor Wat tour and contacted him very spontaneously so he wasn’t available to do the tour himself but his friend was reliable and knowledgeable as well!
    Communication was brilliant throughout our trip - he responded very fast and provided all details we asked for. Thank you once again Viti 🙏🏼
    Written February 23, 2024
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  • ITomm
    Edithvale, Australia75 contributions
    Wat Bo is North East from the Old Market, across the river. It is a bit dusty (as are most of the Monastery's in Siem Reap). GPS 13,21' 23.29631 103 51'41.0191 There were two or three main tourist highlights very worth browsing. The first is that this monastery has an area where temple reliefs, Buddha statues and ornaments are made (or practised to be made). You can watch wooden statues being carved or see plaster templates of architraves and columns. A second attraction is the "Path of Buddhas" - a long outside corridor of Buddha statues. A third is the cemetery area. Another area worth looking at was the Temple building - which at the time was being renovated - but care must be taken as the floor tiles can be easily cracked. Too, there are toilets available. Remember, as usual, that entering any buildings means shoes and hats off.
    Written March 22, 2020
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  • DotsGirl2
    Vancouver, Canada431 contributions
    Really after Angor Wat the other temples look small and often in disrepair. This is a nice small temple with Five towers on one terrace. It is a Hindu temple. It doesn’t take much time to visit and it wasn’t crowded
    Written February 10, 2024
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  • scubacol11
    Rotherham, UK1,975 contributions
    As many others have said this temple is well off the beaten track,and the track it is on is quite poor so only small vehicles can get to it,this keeps most of the big tours away making it very quiet and peacefull,very little restoration has been done here so if you like quiet unrestored temples this one is ideal.It is set deep in the middle of the jungle and you can allways hear the gibbonns nearby,and just a slim chance of seeing them,when I was there this Aprin there were lots of mosquitoes so best be prepared.Agreat hidden gem.
    Written September 18, 2023
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  • bob2bkk
    Bangkok, Thailand5,975 contributions
    You will find this temple as you cross over the moat surrounding Angkor Thom. Together with Chau say Tevoda, they are a world heritage site. Both these temples are small and easily missed, so just tell your driver that you want to visit. It will not take long to visit these 900 year old temples. Impressive structures.
    Written April 2, 2020
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  • Viktor U
    1 contribution
    Viti is a great tour guide. We had his tuk tuk and car driving service for three days in Angkor Wat and around. He is a nice and helpful tourguide. We warmly recommend him to individual travelers and families with kids.
    Written February 13, 2024
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