Siem Reap 114 – Preah Khan Temple

Preah Khan Temple is built in the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII,
and located northeast not far of Angkor Thom. The temple is flat in
design, and currently left largely unrestored, with numerous trees and
other vegetation growing among the ruins. It has a very long walk path
from the center of the temple once you enter the temple and you have to
walk all the way to the end and walk back out. With both sides of the
main pathway mainly in ruins, this temple offers a different feel to the
other Angkor temples. With the main pathway mainly covered with stone
roof or trees, it was a breezy walk among the ruins, and I absolutely
loved the picture perfect scenery like some of those below that I took.   

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Stupa with direct sunlight

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