Siem Reap - Angkor Archaeological Park
Warning : There will be tons of pictures :D
Angkor Archaeological Park is located 6 km north of the city and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. More info on the Angkor Archaeological Park here and view the map here We hired a tuk tuk for USD5 to take us to the Angkor Archaeological Park from 5.00 am until 9.00pm at nite. Passes to the Angkor can be purchase at the front gate.
|This is tuk tuk. The drive spoke little english but very helpful and kind|
|Sunrise at the Angkor Wat. Too bad we didn't own DSLR camera during that time.|
|Angkor Wat from a different angle|
|Inside Angkor Wat|
|One of the carvings on the walls|
|Still inside Angkor Wat|
|With the traditional performancers|
Preah Khan was built 12th century for King Jayavarman VII and is located Northeast of Angkor Thom.
|The entrance of Buphuon was under restoration|
|How sad! Look at the numerous tree growing among the ruins. Large part of the Angkor were damaged due to this.|
|Heading off to our hotel to have lunch|
The weather was blatantly hot that we decided to went back to our hotel for lunch, took a quick shower before we continue to explore Angkor later in the afternoon.
|This is a local dish called 'Amuk'|