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Angkor Wat

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Recommended Sightseeing Time: 4 hours
Address: Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Angkor Wat, also known as Angkor Temple, is the largest temple building in the world and the world's first Khmer style building. 📝Note tips: 1. It is recommended to take a photo two hours before the sunset time. I just entered the scenic spot at 2:30 in the afternoon, the day was not relatively blue, the water surface was yellow, and although the building was still very grand, the reflection was not so obvious. Then at 3:4, the sky gets bluer and bluer, and the photos shown in Figure 1 are very beautifully reflected. And near sunset, the silhouette of the building can be taken with the light of the sunset, as shown in Figure 2. 2. There are many and lengthy galleries, and photographing them will have a great effect (see Figure 6). 💰 Tickets: Angkor Pass

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Angkor Wat is a well-preserved temple among Angkor monuments. This is the location generally referred to when discussing "Angkor Wat". Angkor Wat is not only large in scale, but also perfectly symmetrical. The reliefs are exquisitely beautiful, reflecting the peak of Khmer classical architecture and are printed on the national flag as a symbol of Cambodia. The architecture of Angkor Wat follows the Five Pagoda Temple style. It consists of altars and cloisters and a moat on the periphery, symbolizing the mountains and lakes of Indian mythology. The walls are covered with beautiful reliefs that tell a variety of Hindu myths. In addition to the architecture itself, stunning sunrise and sunset scenes attract many photographers.
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