The Angkor Wat we refer to, also known as Angkor Wat, is the most essential part of the entire Angkor ruins and is often used as a reference. The original name means "the temple of Vishnu", and the ancient Chinese book is called "Sangxiang Buddha House". Of all the temples, only Angkor Wat faces the west and is generally considered to be both a temple and a tomb. It is the largest temple in the ruins of Angkor, and its structure is awesome. A 190-meter-wide moat surrounds a giant rectangle, stepping on the Rainbow Bridge of the Seven-Snake, along the beautiful snake body, through the moat across the courtyard, and five towering towers rise up in layers, intricately long The gallery is beautifully carved throughout the porch walls and columns, window sills, foundations and railings.
People say that visiting Angkor Wat is a spiritual trek. To really understand it in detail, it takes a long time, a quiet attitude, and a slow feeling. In fact, this place is a very suitable place to be in a daze. Sitting on the stone steps, leaning against the vicissitudes of stone pillars, slowly flipping through a book about Angkor Wat, watching the sunset, quietly enjoying the rare quiet. I must have forgotten this experience for a lifetime.
I stayed in Siem Reap for a week
and also watched a week of sunrise
day at an hour before the sunrise
from the hotel, riding a rented motorcycle
On the road with black light bonfire and sporadic tourists to the scenic area
I can't tell you
Little Angkor Wat sunrise charm is what
can not help but want to go here every day Take a look at
maybe it is the charm of expectation
Sunrise is really a magical landscape
Sun is not rising every day as usual
The number of days to see the wonderful sunrise is not much
So I will look forward to it more
After all, its a little scary to go out every day.
When the sun rises from the back of the tower,
everyones cheers will make you feel
On the way to chase the scenery, its more than just one person
that kind of expectation is how gratifying
Mini Angkor Wat is located inside the Bangkok Grand Palace just in front of Emerald Buddha Temple. A miniature reproduction of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, it is a very beautiful example of Khmer style.
It is located here because during King Rama V’s reign, present-day Cambodia was a territory of Siam. However, because this is an intricately designed miniature imitation of Angkor Wat, there is no way to go inside. However, it makes for beautiful pictures and may inspire visitors to travel to the real Angkor Wat.