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Cambodia’s Top 20 Temples

The jungle floor gives way to your every step, as you plunge deeper into the overgrowth. A path, worn rough by thousands before you, guides you to a place of untold mystique and beauty. Light breaks through a dense thatch of leaves ahead, marking your final destination -- Angkor Wat, a temple so spell bounding that one visit is enough to change your life.

When you stand five stories above ground atop Angkor Wat and overlook the Cambodia jungle were 58 other temples hide around you, your mind will still. Maybe you will find yourself, your life purpose, or your soul mate there. However, Angkor Wat Temple, that sit atop a floating island, is only one of 20 breath-taking temples featured in this easy-to-follow reference guide.

Ride a well-cared for elephant though a jungle path to the top of a mountain where Phnom Bakheng temple awaits you. At its top, when you stare over Cambodia and see Angkor Wat in the South and Khulen Mountain (the birth place of the Khmer empire) in the north, something will move in your soul. If you wait long enough you will see the sun set over Angkor Wat in the distance and wipe your worries away.

Feel your heart racing as you relive the past while you explore Bas-reliefs of daily life and war at Bayon temple. This temple was the state temple of King Jayavarman VII and will humbled you as you explore the top while 108, 2 ½ meter high sculpted faces softly gaze at you.

Maybe let the Indiana Jones or Lara Croft in you come out as you explore Ta Prohm, the hidden temple that featured in the Tomb Raider movie. You cannot miss having your picture taken at the famous entrance. As well as seeing the famous Balaha sculpting (mythical Buddhist horse) at Neak Pean, an island temple with a walkway level to the water in the wet season. You will feel as if you are walking on water.

A sense of reverence and awe embraces the many travelers who come to Cambodia each year, be one of them. There is a feeling that permeates these ancient ruins that one must experience, and reading this guide is a step to knowing that peace and calm. The layout of the guide is straightforward and will help any traveler seeking greater depth to their vacation experience.

Contained in this book:

  • 20 Images, one for each temple
  • 1 to 3 day itinerary that will help you make the most of your time while catering to your personal needs and interests
  • Insider tips on the best times to visit a temple to get the best lighting and also avoid the crowds
  • Essential Information at your fingertips such as what king commissioned a temple, what time was it commissioned, what style was it build in, and what religion was it dedicated to, helps you understand the history of each temple
  • Included Maps with the location of over 70 temples for if you have more than three days and want to explore additional temples at Angkor Wat
  • GPS coordinates allows you to make up your own routes and visit temples without a guide, saving you time and money
  • Directions and Tips for where to buy your Angkor Wat entry ticket and the Dress Code needed to visit the top of Angkor Wat

All this information and more to create priceless unforgettable memories for the price of one good cup of coffee. Every moment of your trip is special. Let this book guide you to places where you can make them priceless.

If you are thinking of visiting Cambodia and want the top temples not to miss then this book is for you.

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