There is no guide or explanation given to Westerners at this site. We arrived at around 3pm on a dark and rainy day. The atmosphere was very solemn. The monuments are very large and very old. Nature is beginning to reclaim the area. It might lose the mystery on a sunny day, but for a day with less than pleasant weather this sight will leave you with compelling memories. It would be nice if a greater explanation could be left for Western visitors to educate more about Buddhist practices.
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