Angkor Wat- The World Wonder, Part 1

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Angkor Wat is the largest and most spectacular religious complex in the world, and was built in the early 12th century for King Suryavarman II. Nowadays, as UNESCO world heritage site, it attracts millions of tourists from around the world every year and it is under constant reconstruction and maintenance work.  We spent hours and hours exploring 4 Temples of the Grand Circuit: the Angkor Wat Temple, Ta Prohm, Bayon Temple and Phnom Bakheng.  See the photos and enjoy the beauty of Angkor Wat with Us!

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Agness Walewinder
Agness Walewinder
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10 thoughts on “Angkor Wat- The World Wonder, Part 1”

  1. Kyle Goes Global

    Unreal pictures!! Cannot wait to visit in the future! You really captures the mystery of the complex in the photos – unreal history!!

  2. Suzanne (Travelbunny)

    Fabulous shots – such a mystical place. I went in 2007; I wonder how much it’s changed in 5 years…

  3. Hi Agness, i’ll be in Angkor in a month!! It’s a return trip for me and a first time for my husband. I love it there and I can’t want to go back and for my husband to experience the wonder of it. Your lovely post and photos made us more excited about the trip!

    1. Thanks a lot! Angkor Wat is a beautiful and stunning must see place. Let me know if you need some Siem Reap guidance. I would be more than happy to help you and your husband.

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