This is a vast open space. One must have a lot of time at hand to check every detail. It is just magnificent.
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Stumbled across this by accident which i think was towards the end of Elephant walk when walking from Bayon.So many staues and faces built into a zig zag wall / corridor and its also a great place to hide in the cool asa its pretty...More
Walk outside to the front of Royal Palace to see Elephant & Liper King Terrace & Palilay. From the view of Elephant & Liper King Terrace you can see Sourprat & Noth & South Kleang temples.
The terrace is mainly interesting if you have a guide to explain exactly what to see, where to look for the carvings and the story of Jayavarnam 7 and the terrace
Be prepared for strolling in the hallway of stone with carving scultures and animals ,it's very hot on daytime ,so bring much of water for hydration your thirsty ,sweating body. it's upper level with sculpture of ancient king and his creatures , monkey, Asura(giants), elephants...More
Amazing wall of carved stone created at the height of power of the Khmer Empire.Five tiers of carved seated apsaras, though the carving is rougher at one end, perhaps hastily completed? It stands just north of the lengthy carved stone wall of the Terrace of...More
The Terrace of the Leper King is next to the Terrace of the Elephants (near Baphoun Temple). Worth a visit! There are also people selling drinks and a wee market here.