Temples of Angkor

Last updated on August 15th, 2017

A few hours in Angkor
What to Do and See with a Few Hours or a Few Days in Angkor?
You only have a few days in Siem Reap? Plenty to do and to experience! Find out whether it's worth
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Angkor Less Travelled Temples Itinerary
Away from the crowds, closer to local villages, these magnificent temples are wonders to behold for those who can take
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Sambor Prei Kuk
Sambor Prei Kuk : a pre-Angkorian gem in the forest
Sambor Prei Kuk, also known as Isanapura was the capital of Chenla in the 7th century. Most buildings were built
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Wat Athvea walls
Wat Athvea in Siem Reap, a mini-Angkor on the road to Phnom Krom
Wat Athvea is believed to have been built under the reign of King Suryavarman II in the late 11th or
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Krol Romeas 2
Angkor’s Elephant Circle, Krol Romeas
Krol Romeas, the Elephant Circle, remains a mystery today. It seems to be one of the only non-religious structures in
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Old Prasat at Wat Preah Enkosei
Wat Preah Enkosei in Siem Reap : a modern wat in Angkorian ruins
Planning a Siem Reap wat tour? Wat Preah Enkosei is a great pagoda to start with. From here, you can
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Ta Som Temple with kids
Angkor Temples with Kids: Top Tips for Child-Friendly Visits
Visiting Angkor with your little ones? What a great opportunity! The Temples of Angkor are a great playground for kids
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Top 5 Angkor Temples with kids
Kid’s Top 5 Angkor Temples
Gnarfgnarf's tips will help you enjoy Siem Reap with your children and little ones! This is a selection of kid-friendly
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