The site is disappointing as there isn't much to see and you cannot get up close. The saving grace is the man made reflective lake surrounding the pathway.
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The walk across a narrow walkway to an island provides views of a waterway much wider than the waterways surrounding other temples. The temple in the middle of the island is surrounded by water and can not be accessed by visitors. Viewing is from a...More
Don't expect much of the so-called temple, just a little monument in the middle of a lake to be photographed from the outside at a distance. The joy is the long walk along the boards over a man-made lake with chopped seemingly sunken trees. An...More
The walk over the bridge across the lake during the day is just awesome! The charm of Cambodia! The temple inside is also great. I would include this in a must-see attraction!
There is a long walk in the middle of a lake when we need to go to the temple. In my mind, the walk is more attractive than the temple itself. The sun is very strong and you might not find shadow to hide. Many...More
I wasn't going to stop here as I hadn't been very impressed with the reviews, but our tuk tuk driver recommended it so we stopped and I am glad we did - I enjoyed walking over the boardwalk type bridge and the views were amazing...More
To get to the temple we had to walk down a raised footpath in the middle of a dam full of water which had no rails. The circular temple is located on a small island surrounded by water which you cannot enter - simply view...More
I visited this temple along with my visit to the preah Khan temple.It is a bit of a walk off the main road where our vehicle stopped & one had to walk some distance over a rather old rickety wooden bridge with no railings.The temple...More
This is a very small temple. The walk there might longer than the time you will spend here. While is less crowded you will see quite a few tourists here. The bridge has no railing for an extra dose of adventure, just watch your steps...More
This temple is a long walk away from the road. The wooden pathway goes over water so take care. The area used to be filled with trees, but they flooded it to kill them. It is a small temple surrounded by water and is worth...More