Long ride through the countryside gave us a more realistic glimpse at Cambodian life. We enjoyed it, but might be rough on someone older or with back trouble to ride in a tuk-tuk that long.
This was our favorite temple site because (probably due to its remote location) it was really peaceful & less crowded. Yes, you still have people pestering you to sell things, but fewer (& only at entrance/exit points). It was very quiet in the ruins. We could hear enchanting music, played by a local band at the edge of the park - they weren't asking for money, & you wouldn't even have seen them unless you walked in a fairly remote area.
One unique aspect of this complex is that it's carved from pink sandstone. The carvings seemed more intricate, maybe even feminine. There's also an interesting exhibit chronicling the excavation of the ruins.
At the exit are several vendors selling food & drinks, in a covered area with seats.