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Address: Kampong Thom, Cambodia

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Part of the Sambor Prei Kuk group of Temples

I think it is probably best if you see this Temple group before you go to Angkor so that you fully appreciate them. After reading about then on TripAdvisor we decided to take a... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
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Wirral, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 April 2017

I think it is probably best if you see this Temple group before you go to Angkor so that you fully appreciate them. After reading about then on TripAdvisor we decided to take a look. We flew in to Phnom Penh and visited its major sites, rather than go straight to Siem Reap we stopped off at Kampong Thom so... More 

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Reviewed 14 November 2014

Older than Angkor Wat, and not crowded by Groups.. It´s a bit out of the way so if you´re lucky you might have the place for yourself. Visit in the afternoon, or very early morning, when the light sipping through the trees hopefully makes great photograhy conditions. The interiors of the temples are quite bare, ransacked and looted by the... More 

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Reviewed 25 April 2013

This is a series of temples built a century or two before Angkor Wat -- of bricks rather than sandstone, although probably a design model. Some superb examples of jungle taking over manmade structures; huge trees envelop some towers. But it's a forty-five minute drive off the main road, half of that on badly-graded unpaved roads. We were driving from... More 

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Kampong Thom, Cambodia
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Reviewed 26 December 2012

This Temples have been long and long time, Cheay Voramon 7, alot of tourism come visited this Temples.there place have 157 build

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Reviewed 27 December 2010

A mildly interesting introduction to Ankor Wat, but only those with real knowledge and interest in the history will think the long bumpy dirt road detour from Siem Reap worthwhile - at least, when taken by us in December 2010, after the Wet Season, but before any road leveling had been attempted.

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