The Temples of Angkor

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Sunset over Angkor WatRock sculpture at Phnom BakhengMonkeys inside Angkor Thom The throngs of people set to watch the sunset at Phnom BakhengSam and Lisa at Phnom BakhengOne way to see some of the Angkor templesLisa on the terrace into Angkor Thom The southern entrance to Angkor ThomMonkeys inside Angkor ThomMonkeys inside Angkor ThomThe Bayon Temple Rock carvings in the Bayon TempleRock carvings in the Bayon TempleThe Bayon TempleLisa in the Bayon Temple The Bayon TempleThe Bayon TempleThe Bayon Temple Rock carvings in the Bayon TempleThe Bayon TemplePhimeanakas Thommanom (the only temple in Angkor still in its original condition)Thommanom (the only temple in Angkor still in its original condition)A monk in Baphuon Ta Prohm: the jungle templeTa Prohm: the jungle templeTa Prohm: the jungle temple Ta Prohm: the jungle templeTa Prohm: the jungle templeTa Prohm: the jungle temple Ta Prohm: the jungle templeTa Prohm: the jungle templeSam in front of Ta ProhmThe entrance to Banteay Kdei A panoramic of the entrance to Angkor Wat Banteay KdeiBanteay KdeiAngkor Wat Angkor WatAngkor Wat (see if you can find Lisa...) Angkor WatAngkor WatAngkor Wat

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2 Responses to “The Temples of Angkor”

  1. Our Walkabout » Archive » Siem Reap says:

    […] set and then spent the next day taking us to the main temples of Angkor (there‚Äôs a separate post here with all the photos of the Angkor ruins).  The tuk-tuks in Cambodia are a little different […]

  2. Laura Baughman says:

    Miss you guys but what an incredible trip! We had Mandy & Justin’s engagement party and the date for the wedding will be June 5, 2010! Hopefully at the cabin!

    Laura