Photo Reflections: Visions of Angkor Part 2: Angkor Thom and the Bayon

If you’re in Siem Reap and you’re checking out the temples, you will see Angkor Thom. It’s basically right around the corner from Angkor Wat and the area the tuk-tuk drivers take you to immediately after you’re done with Angkor Wat. There are a lot of food vendors. There are a handful of possible scammers trying to get you to support their school with all your money, and there are a lot of ruins. The experience is good, but big. See a lot of the visuals from our time there, below.

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The Bayon:

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