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The go to for the sunset along with Bakheng hill. We eased into Angkor Wat archeological park with the visit to Pre Rup after picking up the 3 day tickets. As we entered after 5:30 pm it was a bonus visit and not counted in...More
Pre Rup was the last stop on our 2nd day touring the temples. It’s Hindu in origin so the architecture and carvings are different to the predominately Buddhist temples we’d been seeing. The steps are really steep so the climb up to the top is...More
Pre Rup-is a Hindu temple, built as the state temple of Khmer king. Temple on a mountain of combined brick, laterite and sandstone construction. Pretty steep but still do-able with much caution. Popular place to watch the sunset. The most striking feature of the Pre...More
Pre Rup consists of a pyramid-shaped temple-mountain with the uppermost of the three tiers carrying five lotus towers. The steps going up the highest tier are pretty steep but still do-able with much caution. The most striking feature of the Pre Rup temple are the...More
This is one of the few intact temples in Angor Park.
The Sunset from this temple looks very beautiful.There is a very heavy crowd in the evening to watch the sunset, so it's better to secure your place early with your loved ones.Grab some drinks...More
We came here early in the morning and would highly recommend anyone else to do the same. While it is much smaller than the other temples, the view from the top is amazing and worth the steep climb. When we came we were completely alone...More
As I always say, if one has one day in SR, one has to visit Angkor Wat and Bayon. If one has two days, one should check out Ta Prohm, TA Som, and Preăh Khan. If one has more than two days, one should check...More