|It was a dream come true!|
|You should get a Tuk-Tuk ride going there|
|The crowds are getting bigger|
It was so huge that we really cannot maximize our time exploring the temples. It was certainly the largest religious monument in the world. It was surreal. Even though there are hundreds of tourist flocked waiting for sunrise, I can’t help myself to get too emotional. At last I am here. Though it was not very apparent to each faces of the people gathered around the temple, I know that we all shiver upon seeing the magnificent creation when the sun was slowly rising. It just shows how exceptional the civilization hundreds of years ago. The architectural, archaeological, religious and symbolic values of each carvings images and the temples itself were really remarkable.
|Could be a long walk but nobody seems to mind|
|From the top is another view|
|Random shots of the temples everywhere|
|Can't remember but this is from the other side|
Tourists were everywhere. Aside from this, you’ll be able to see the other side of Cambodia which others may not be able to see. Diving deeply on Khmers history, most of the ancestors of the locals here had shed blood and suffered from poverty and political instability.
|This is where we spent the sunset|
|And when the nature becomes part of it|
|Distinct carvings that will make you think twice how they did it|
|It could be made by someone from another world|
|Large stone carvings|
|Too huge to imagine|
|Taken somewhere on the side|
|Cambodian students showing off their culture by their presentation|
|Just some of souvenirs from Cambodia|
|The best sunrise of my life|
|Grateful, overwhelmed, mesmerized|
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It's indeed a place of peace, power and stories.
A strange city that was lost in the jungle.