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The panoramic views from the top of Phnom Sampov are just breathtaking. The main attraction are the thousands of bats coming back to the temple at dusk.
Wat Botum is a beautiful Buddhist temple situated in the western part of Phnom Penh.
Wat Phnom is the tallest temple in Phnom Penh.
This ancient Hindu temple sits atop of a hill offering one of the best views in the region.
Once thought to be a prototype for Angkor Wat. Wat Banan offers a stunning 360 degree panoramic view of the surroundings from its top.
This masterpiece of Khmer architecture was entirely dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and is today a protected UNESCO site.
Located about 11km from Battambang, this 11th century temple is one of the most visited attractions near the city.
40km away from Angkor lies one of the region's most mysterious and beautiful temples, Beng Mealea.
Angkor Thom was the last Khmer capital and is a vibrant testimony of the Khmer cultural heritage.
This amazingly beautiful Hindu temple built in the 10th century is entirely dedicated to Shiva.
Pre Rup is a highly emblematic temple of Angkor Wat.
Preah Khan is an emblematic sandstone temple on the Angkor Wat site.
Srah Srang is a temple by the water where only scarce ruins remain. The sunrise and sunset views are worth the visit.
Angkor Wat is the gigantic centerpiece of the ensemble of temples to which it gave its name. It is the only one still used as a shrine.
Ta Keo is a very famous sandstone temple and one of the oldest of Angkor Wat.
Famous for the immense tree root that grew on its ruins, Ta Prohm is a stunning and iconic 12th century temple of Angkor.