You can't come to Cambodia & not visit. It's simply mind-blowing in its size, in the quality & number of carvings, & in the conflicting feelings of mystery, peace, tragedy & awe it generates in the visitor.
Loved the funkiness of Ta Prohm, which had me looking over my shoulder to make sure I wasn't about to be encircled by a rogue root.
Wanted to have a conversation with the faces at Bayon, which all looked like they had stories to tell.
It can also be overwhelming - the size, the hawkers, the heat, the humidity - & after a few hours it all starts to look alike. For this reason, if no other, it makes sense to get the 3-day pass & break up your visit.
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