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Reviewed January 28, 2019

This is a bit of a distance from Siem Reap so there weren't was many people compared to the other temples. So you have time to take it all in. Worth the visit the designs were amazing. Perfect for photos as no crowds. Did this as part of the Banteay Srei Backcountry Tour, via private tour with Siem Reap Shuttle Tours.

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed January 19, 2019

This temple is rather out of the way, so it doesn't get the huge crowds that others get. It's a very nice temple in really very good shape--in the end, I think it must be my favorite of all of them. It's not hard to reach and can easily be included on a trip up to Banteay Serei and/or Kbal Spean. The entrance fee is, of course, included in the normal Angkor Archeological Park ticket.

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed December 28, 2018

It is hard to rate temples in this complex, because they are just about all special, spiritual, and awe inspiring in the unique right of theirs. Banteay Samre may not get ranking as essential in a 1 day routine, although the beauty is attaining it by bike after an excellent jungle ride. The serenity is worth reading, so the bike allows entry into the various temples from specific, private and quiet angles unavailable to tour electric vehicles and buses. Highly suggest this specific approach to transportation, just in case you have a lot more than one day, are cozy for a bike, plus have a good drinking water supply along with you (it gets hot!). The advantages of having the structure and nature on the bike away from the beaten path compensates for just about any sweat or maybe possibly sore muscle one could experience.

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Corrina D
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Reviewed December 15, 2018

Off the beaten track, but a must see. The architecture is exquisite. Less people around, and one can take your time to look around and take photos. One can spend hours here, wandering around and taking in the vibe. This was one of my favourite temples.

Date of experience: February 2018
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Reviewed December 13, 2018

Banteay Samre in Cambodia is pretty "off the beaten track", situated far from the additional frequented Angkor temples. The temple is known as following the Samre, a well used cultural Indochinese tribe almost certainly connected to the Khmers. From the structure of its and design the temple bears an incredibly comparable resemblance to each the neighbour of its, Banteay Srey, as well as definitely the magnificent Angkor Wat itself.

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Gonzalo T
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