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Reviewed October 14, 2019

And this is the reason it appears only in the 2nd daily tour recommended there.

So many are visiting Angkor Wat hoping it were Bayon Temple or Ta Prohm Temple: don't make the same mistakes as so many others make.
If you expect to find the Faces trying to escape the walls, they are not at Angkor Wat but at Bayon Temple.
And ff you are looking for the liquid trees (like Salvatore Dali's liquid watches) or the hidden face inside the tree's trunk, they are neither at Angkor Wat but at Ta Prohm Temple (Tomb Raider 1st movie).

I had read so many reviews before visiting Siam Reap, but still I wasn't prepared enough: actually Angkor Wat is only one of the thousands temples in Siam Reap area and you should/must visit them in an organized way to make the best of them.

We were 5 days in Siam Reap and have visited many Temples.I am trying to review them all here, and will of course attach many pictures as well.

So my main advice is to follow the daily tours proposed there: there are 3 daily tours, while the 1st one is the most interesting with the most impressive and unforgettable Temples, definitely Bucket List ones, like Bayon (my preferred with the faces in the walls), Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm among them.

I have attached pictures and among them some showing the 3 tours.

The 2nd days will lead you to another suite of Temples, still impressive but not as much like this one reviewed here.

However the 3rd day has another of my top 3 Temple: Bakong Temple in the Roluos group. It appears only in the 3rd day because it unfortunately requires 1 hour tuktuk drive (less by car, with AC).
And yes, in my top 3 since I preferred it over Ta Prohm.
Bakong is not without reminding the extaordinary and fantastic Temples drawled by Richard Corben in his special comics books (Den for instance).

So if you like fantastic comics, you should not leave this Temple aside,

If you are there for only one day, take the one day daily tour, otherwise, take as many as you can, and yes, it is worth investing some money to get a private guide.
Not only will he explain the history and stories behind these amazing places, but he will save you time and show you the right spots to take the best pictures.

PS
If you need a recommendation for a reliable and cheap tuktuk driver, ours was top notch. His name is Saren kat, you can contact him by Facebook or his Telephone 092770304

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed October 9, 2019

The driver dropped us at the west of temple, we visited along with the tour guide for many places inside, and we saw the queen carving and in the middle we can see to the 4 big directions. but when we exit at the east of temple we met many children sell things to all tourists, they motivated me to buy things from them again and again that was annoying to us.

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed October 7, 2019

It's deepin the woods so it really stands out especially the entrances the twnplea inside are around the same magnitude as ta promh so not that big or verticle do advise taking the tuk tuk or car from whenever you last see before here because it's quite the distance from the rest.

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed September 26, 2019 via mobile

We were so glad that we visited this temple on the 2nd day in Siem Reap. This place is certainly not as popular as Angkor Wat or Ta Prohm but is just as beautiful.

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed September 18, 2019 via mobile

We have visited 6 temples and this is one of our favorites. It is huge and has mainly 2 intersecting passages that are 800*700 metres in length. It has some magnificent trees that are trying to claim it and still retains some beautiful carvings

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Hilary S
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