Angkor, one of the most important archeological sites in Asia if not the entire world, covers a forested area of Cambodia of more than 249 square miles (400 square kilometers). Dating back to the ninth century, the palaces and temples of Angkor ... 

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October 2012

Brent Burges
Australia

Bayon

Bayon temple

August 2012

C S
Netherlands

serene and massive stone faces

One with nature

May 2015

Beautiful trees growing on the temple walls.

Alignment

May 2015

I was told this was the only spot where the Buddha heads are aligned.

Angkor Wat

March 2015

Willis
Australia

This pic is at the back of Angkor Wat.

Overgrown temple

March 2015

Willis
Australia

This temple was severely overgrown and damaged by tree roots but parts were being partially restored.

The original and quot;smiley face and quot;.

March 2015

Willis
Australia

This was the temple of and quot;smiley faces and quot;.

Ta Prohm

February 2015

Trees overriding houses.

Bayon

February 2015

The stones are smiling.

Angkor Wat

February 2015

On the way into this big structure.

Ox-cart anyone?

January 2015

A very bumpy road when the road has potholes, and the ox-cart has no suspension.

Houses on stilts

January 2015

Built on a flood plain, where they grow rice during the dry season, and fish when the water rises 3 or 4 metres. For more than 4 months of the year, people travel to and fro by boat only.

Pub Street, Siem Reap

January 2015

Early evening, before the road was closed to vehicular traffic; the whole area came alive with music, eating, drinking, and the general hubbub of tourists having a good time.

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