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Went just for fun....however the weather was too hot so couldn't enjoy much. Also it was a weekday, so there was no other group. Beggars are the biggest problem; they stick to you. Sales people also are very pushy. Just reminded me of my country...More
It is located about 30 km south of phnom penh. Built in the 1200 rich in history of art called Bayon style. The temple is nearby a famous lake where some Khmer from Phnom Penh come and relax.
We visited during the rainy season that...More
A must see if you are in cambodia and travelling around the city of phnom penh, only 30 kilometers outside the city-center. Only few people comming, relaxt atmospher. Eat at one of the typical khmer restaurants on the lake tonle bati just 300 meters from...More
The temple is not very big, but I like the whole place. The lake adjoining the temple itself is a reason for that. You can spend time in the pagoda and then have lunch in the local huts on the lake. The little girls who...More
This is a smaller version of the temples Angkor Wat. A perfect day trip from Phnom Penh. It's very cool to be around something so old, walk around and explore.
The beggars are very persistent and follow you around. Just ignore them as best you...More
Had a picnic lunch here with family and friends. Tonle Bati is a nice place to escape the city for a day to go for a swim and relax. You can order food from the sampan ladies floating by or a “waiter” will come to...More
We had a lovely time here. Yes there were people asking for money but there was also an awesome temple with some amazing carvings. Also much easier to access than many temples as there are no steep steps. I will go back one day.