I have come down to see more than a dozen temples in a day, and I don’t even remember which temple is which picture. In fact, most temples have similar architectural styles, but the degree of damage varies
Known as Little Angkor Wat, climb up a row to disintegrate to reach a nearby abandoned Angkor-style temple, although it is still used as a Buddhist temple. The overlook is good.
Battambang. Battambang is a province 80 kilometers away from Siem Reap. Banan is not far from Battambang City. It consists of a lake and a hill. The hill has three hundred steps. After going up, there are five towers in the plum blossom pattern like Angkor Wat.
This is a niche attraction, there are not many people, and the ticket is 2 dollars per person. At the foot of the mountain, there will be local children who will show you the way and fan you all the way. Each child will pay a small tip, 1000 local currency.
Banan Temple is said to be the same age as Angkor Wat and has a very long history. The temple is located on a hillside and requires a long staircase to reach it.
This is on the top of Banan Mountain, with a very long history. The temple is located on a hillside and requires a long staircase to reach it.