Wat Preah Ang Sang Tuk
Wat Preah Ang Sang Tuk
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staledale
1,429 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
I believe that I'm correct when I say that Wat Preah Ang Sang Tuk and Wat Preah Prom Rath are on the same property. Unfortunately, my notes don't say for sure. That being said, it was not crowded at all, and it had lovely carvings in a lovely setting. One of my favorites in Siem Reap.
Written 24 January 2020
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lisaannem
Vancouver, Canada176 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2012 • Couples
We used our hotel’s two rickety old upright bicycles to explore the town of Siem Reap. Because it’s flat here, the ride is easy as far as exertion goes, but the traffic takes a bit of getting used to. No-one obeys the rules of the road so we just had to go with the flow, never stopping at stop signs or red lights, just weaving through the traffic, accelerating when necessary to get out of a bigger vehicle’s way. We pedalled past the Old Market and along the riverside to Wat Preah Ang, a five hundred year old temple complex in the middle of town where an even bigger, newer temple was in the process of being constructed.

The temples of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom have made Siem Reap a very wealthy town, wealth which is very much in evidence at this temple where the ancient and modern coexist harmoniously. Extensive topiary gardens with sculptures, gold-covered chedis, several temple buildings with glittering decoration, and the seemingly obligatory statues of little deer, birds, and women adorning the gardens testify to the general well-being of the community. We watched for a bit as several men tiled the steeply-pitched roof of the new building in the blazing 35 degree heat.

Recommended as a modern contrast to the Angkor Wat/Thom ruins. See more information and pictures about our temple tours here: http://lmaclean.ca/2012/01/temple-tour-two-small-circuit-of-angkor-wat-and-angkor-thom/ and here: http://lmaclean.ca/2012/01/grand-tour-of-temples-around-angkor-thom-cambodia/
Written 25 June 2012
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Georgia L
Derby, UK47 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018
Really nice to drop into. In the city centre, maybe takes about half an hour to look round. There is some construction work around currently, but it doesn’t hinder anything. Beautiful and glad we went!
Written 5 September 2018
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Dan Maarek
Tel Aviv, Israel16,000 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018
I am sorry to write that there has been a misunderstanding in most of the previous reviews and photos as this Temple is not situated in the city center.
Nor does it shows a golden boat.
The Temple referred to (in the city center and with a golden boat) is Wat Preah Prom Rath (which I have also reviewed).

This Temple, Wat Preah Ang Sang Tuk, is a Buddhist Temple, rather modern and not impressive at all.
It is neither a Khmer Temple or an archeological attraction, although it is situated in the Angkor Tom area, not far from Baphuon Temple, around 500 meters west of the Terrace of the Elephants.

Now is it worth your time?
I don't believe, unless you are more than one week at Siam Reap and have plenty of time left...
And even then i would find many other attractions to visit, markets to do some shopping there, or simply have a massage or a cup of coffee in pub street.
Written 21 October 2019
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LarsJohnsson
Bangkok, Thailand4,070 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
It's a rather nice temple. But after seing Angkor Wat and the other fantastic temples, it's not that impressive. Still worth a visit and easy acces from the city center.
Written 2 September 2014
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ces168
Las Pinas, Philippines280 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2013 • Friends
Of all the temples I visited in Asia, this temple has the most colorful stupas. It is photogenic in photos. There is nothing much to expect but it is nice to include it in the siem reap city tour. The nice thing is they allow visitors inside the temple. Cameras are allowed too. Wall paintings are pretty too. The place is clean.
Written 16 February 2013
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AussieRicho1
Wollongong, Australia1,740 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Solo
This is a great temple with great gardens and many displays of statues in the grounds.... and then the large buddah inside. I recommend having a look on the way to Pub street, which is close.
Written 2 June 2019
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Jalal Iqbal
Dhaka City, Bangladesh1,472 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Solo
it is a very clean nice and well-maintained temple. very bright and colourful with many nice statues. i liked it.
Written 3 February 2019
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SOMWI
BKK29 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
new pagoda, nothing special
try to see it if you have plenty of time.
it is proper for one who love to see new Cambodian pagoda
Written 27 August 2018
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✈️رحاله_كويتيه
London, UK527 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Friends
المكان جدا ممتع وجميل وياخذ وقت طويل
السعر الشخص١٥ دولار

لاتحتاج مترجم او مرشد معك احرص على ارتداء حذاء وملابس مريحه

The place is very pleasant and lovely and takes a long time
Price person $ 15

Do not need an interpreter or guide with you to wear comfortable shoes and clothes
Written 9 July 2018
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