Prasat Angkor Wat
|Alternative name||Nokor Wat, Angkor Wat|
|K Inscription||K.296, K.297, K.298, K.299, K.0301, K.302, K.303, K.472, K.529, K.613, K.673, K.699, K.740, K.976, K.1013, K.1021, K.1022, K.1024, K.1043, K.1089|
|Founded||First half of 12th Century|
|Art Style||Angkor Wat|
Needs no introduction and of course, entire books have been written about Angkor Wat so we won't go into any details of the biggest and most famous of them all.
It can get crowded at certain times of the day so all we'd say is optimize your visit by thinking outside the box as much as possible - try and pick a quiet period and spend some time checking out the vast temple's remoter corners. The eastern entrance is far quieter than the western and a stroll around the outside of the moat also affords some great views.
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Angkor Blocks 2506 - Angkor Stele 4780 - Angkor Stele 4781 - Angkor Thom Khloung Thvear Tonle Om - Angkor Thom Terrace 4761 - Angkor Thom Terrace 4762 - Angkor Thom Terrace 4763 - Angkor Thom Vestiges 4771 - Kapilapura - Prasat Baksei Chamkrong - Prasat Bay Ka-ek - Prasat Bei (Siem Reap) - Prasat Chrung Piek Ah Khnei - Prasat Neak Ta Vaok - Prasat Phnom Bakheng - Prasat Rong Lmong - Prasat Sak Kraop - Prasat Sak Kraop II - Prasat Ta Prohm Kel - Prasat Thma Bay Ka-ek - Prei Kroes - Trapeang Kbal Damrei - Trapeang Seh - Trapeang Ta Khneang - Trapeang Ta Kuch - Tuol (Baksei Chamkrong) - Tuol (Rong Lmong) - Wat Preah Ang Kong Chom
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