*) Miniature of Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu temple in the world.
*) This model is located on the side of the Emerald Buddha temple, which in itself is located in the middle of the Grand Palace, and is not a site in itself, but rather viewed when walking to the Emerald Buddha temple which is the highlight of the grand palace visit. On the way to the temple you will see it.
*) There is a tunnel underneath the model which can be crossed for good luck.
*) While the attention to detail is amazing and it's well worth spending a few minutes admiring if you are already in the Royal Palace compound
*) The attention to detail was absolutely stunning and was amazed at the replica, which is hidden behind the stairs leading to one of the temples near the entry of the Grand Palace/ Wat Phra Kaew complex.
*) As the Grand Palace is definitely worth visiting, make sure you seek this little side attraction out whilst there. This will only take about 5-10 minutes, but it's pretty cool if you haven't been fortunate enough to see the real deal in Siem Reap, and a novelty photo shoot if you have. (NB: Allow half a day to see everything within the Grand Palace, but you could spend a whole day.)
*) My verdict - Must-See.
For a detailed trip list feel free to visit http://bangkokandpattaya-itinerary.blogspot.in/
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