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Angkor 1 day
Angkor Wat, built during the early years of the 12th century by Suryavaram II, honors the Hindu god Vishnu and is a symbolic representation of Hindu cosmology.
Consisting of an enormous temple symbolizing the mythic Mt. Meru, its five inter-nested rectangular walls and moats represent chains of mountains and the cosmic ocean. The short dimensions of the vast compound are precisely aligned along a north-south axis, while the east-west axis has been deliberately diverted 0.75 degrees south of east and north of west, seemingly in order to give observers a three day anticipation of the spring equinox.
Unlike other temples at Angkor, Ta Prohm has been left as it was found, preserved as an example of what a tropical forest will do to an architectural monument when the protective hands of humans are withdrawn. Ta Prohm's walls, roofs, chambers and courtyards have been sufficiently repaired to stop further deterioration, and the inner sanctuary has been cleared of bushes and thick undergrowth, but the temple has been left in the stranglehold of trees. Having planted themselves centuries ago, the tree's serpentine roots pry apart the ancient stones and their immense trunks straddle the once bustling Buddhist temple. Built in the later part of the 12th century by Jayavarman VII, Ta Prohm is the terrestrial counterpart of the star Eta Draconis the Draco constellation.
Morning: South Gate of Angkor Thom (Bayon, Phimeanakas, Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of the Leper King). (Single day visitors: Old Market/souvernir shops in Siem Riep at lunch.)
Afternoon: Ta Prohm, Pre Rup (optional). Angkor Wat, Phnom Bakheng for the sunset.
Depart: 8:30AM - Finish: 5:00PM
Inclusive of A/C bus, lunch. Exclusive of drink & entrance fees
note: other languages speaking guides : extra payment