Angkor Wat (Siem Reap): Angkor Wat is the largest religious building in the world and is a highlight of any trip to Cambodia, or indeed the whole of Southeast Asia. It is deservedly considered one of the greatest man-made wonders.
The Bayon (Siem Reap): Eerie and majestic, these huge carved faces of an ethereal god-king survey the world. There is nothing else quite like clambering through it, surrounded by stone faces and bas-reliefs.
Ta Prohm (Siem Reap): Phra Thom remains a perennial favorite for many visitors to Angkor. It is largely reclaimed by the jungle, as marauding roots of trees intertwine with stonework and sculptures. It was deliberately left as it was found by the French and gives an awesome sense of place and history.
Wat Phou (Champasak): One of a series of Khmer temple sites across Thailand and Laos, Wat Phou was built high up on a hill and is imbued with atmosphere.
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