Kbal Spean is best known for its bottom reliefs, and the Siem Reap River runs from Kbal Spean all the way to Angkor City and to Lake Donglisa. It is the source of all civilization. Kbal Spean's sculpture is adoration of the genitals, and I myself would interpret the origin of civilization, and the worship of the genitals symbolizes the desire to multiply more after-effects and create more different things (this is a personal interpretation, but it is not meant to be anything). Because reaching Kbal Spean is a bit of a climb and it's not a very good climb, it's hard to see what you call "bottom relief" if it doesn't rain for a while
Kbal Spean is most famous for its underwater reliefs, and the Siem Reap River that connects here runs all the way from Kbal Spean to Angkor Town and to Tonle Sap Lake. This river can be said to be the source of the entire civilization. Kbal Spean’s sculpture is the worship of genitals, and I will interpret that civilization originated from people, and the worship of genitals symbolizes the hope that more descendants can be reproduced, and more different things can be created (the above are purely personal Interpretation, there is absolutely no meaning) However, because it is necessary to climb a section of mountain road to reach Kbal Spean, and the mountain road is rugged, it is not easy to climb. If it does not rain for a while, it is difficult to see the so-called "underwater relief".
On the first day I went to Cambodia, I went to Kobushamn. Unlike the temples that are not clear at all, this is highly recognizable. Passing through all kinds of trees, there are various streams and fresh air.
This is the birthplace of the Siem Reap River, unlike other ancient sites of the holy land, the common Angkor miracles are mostly temples to mark the king's great achievements; the Gobbsside is a riverbed carved with gods, to show the extreme loyalty to faith.
It takes about half an hour from the foot of the hill through the primeval forest to get to the carving, and it continues to look at the sculptures on the river, with images of Rama, Laksmi and Hanuman.
About 10 kilometers north of the Banteay Srei Palace is Kbal Spean (Kbal Spean), also translated as Gobas Bin, also known as "Linga" sculpture, is a typical relic of reproductive worship, also known as "Linga" sculpture. The driver escorted us to the foot of Gaobusbin Mountain. We have done homework before. It is necessary to climb the mountain to visit Gaobusbin. Parents wear hiking shoes. The driver briefly introduced the highlights here, and asked us: Are you ready? There is a mountain to climb here, 1,500 meters! Suddenly my parents were scared. I didn’t know what to see. I didn’t see such a high mountain... I even coaxed my parents to take my parents up the mountain, but found that the road was pretty easy to walk, and the virgin forest smelled quite strong. Wild fun. After a short section of the road, we saw a road sign that said 100m. We were immediately happy. We thought that the vertical distance of the mountain was 1500m. It turned out that the walking distance was only 1500m. Most of the roads are easy to walk. Slope, occasionally there are places to climb. Along the way, the trees are intertwined and there are many old vines. It is like a fairy tale world, but you will encounter all kinds of bugs, huge ants... Anyway, enjoy nature. There are many butterflies by the water, very beautiful. For the Khmer people, it may not be as prominent as Lai Chi Mountain, but it has no hustle and bustle. The relief works here are better preserved. I like it very much. The rainy season from July to December is the best time to visit. There are 1,000 linga carved at the source of the river, which has the meaning of "blessing" the river water. According to the concept of Brahmanism, the water flowing from the linga is "holy water". The holy water can wash away bad luck, sin and purify the soul. , And get God’s blessing at the same time. The "bath pool" carved under the ruins is not an ordinary bathing pool. It should be a place where believers can bathe in holy water and belong to a place for religious activities.