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Reviewed October 8, 2019

looks like it's been while since they continued the maintenance on the structure structure overall is bare nothing to see and is comparison to Ta keao not worth the long uphill climb to be honest just skip it or come to it at sunset

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed September 2, 2019 via mobile

This place is still offering elephant rides. Thank god these will be outlawed soon. Don't support animal abuse. Stay away from this place.

Date of experience: September 2019
5  Thank rldcnx
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Reviewed August 13, 2019

This is a nice place for sunrise and sunset because it on top on the mountain, the view is nice, however you need to claim up to the mountain and it's take around 15 min. If you want to have a sunset here, you may need to come easily, because this temple have a visitor limit, only 300 people have visit at the same time.

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed August 13, 2019 via mobile

Temple on summit of hill about 2 miles NW of Angkor Wat. A portion of the facade facing the west gate is visible in the distance through a break in trees but it is too small for most photography without a long lens. We arrived around 16:00 as recommended by our guide and walked up the approx 1/2 mile path through jungle to the summit of the hill and temple base. Steep stairs with hand railing to top level of temple afforded better view to the north and west. Over the next hour as the crowd in the summit grew to several hundreds we had occasional glimpses of sun accompanied by an increasing jumble of mobile phone dings, group portrait takes and ever intrepid narcissists with selfie sticks. In short, a good place to stretch your legs for a half hour or so but not to wait for sunset unless the weather is clear.

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed July 18, 2019 via mobile

This temple is just past Angkor Wat and offers some great photo opportunities for sunset. It’s limited to 300 people up on top at any one time so if you want that sunset photo go early. We headed out of town at 4.30 and were some of the last to be permitted up, it looked like about 80 waited patiently at the bottom hoping someone would leave. So if you’re going to commit and its a busier time you may need to be earlier than this.

Date of experience: July 2019
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