The palace in the sky was part of the palace, a wooden structure that had long since disappeared, and now only the central tower, which is described as a gold tower with gold foil on its surface.
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The sky palace, a bit like the Mayan pyramids, has been in the jungle for thousands of years, the original palace has collapsed into the jungle, the palace is originally a wooden structure, now no longer exist, only the sky palace and men and women baths remain.
"In the Songzhenla Fengtu Jie, the highest pagoda in Angkor City, is the holy temple at that time, it is built on the high platform, looking like a palace in the sky, the entire corridor architecture, is extremely magnificent, with gold-encrusted walls, silver tiles on the ground, and the large pillars of the pagoda engraved with Buddha statues," The king's throne is rich in gems and luxurious. There is a stone ladder on all sides of the palace in the sky to the top of the tower, but at present only the stone ladder on the west side has wooden ladders and handrails. The stairs are very steep and narrow, so be careful when you go up. Special reminder, to the third floor there is no wooden ladder, but the third floor to the central top of the gods there is a section of stone ladder to climb, some are some fragmentary stone pieces together, and quite smooth, really need to be particularly careful.
Recorded as "Golden Pagoda" in "Chenla Fengtuji", it is the tallest pavilion in Angkor Thom and the holy temple at that time. It is built on a high platform and looks like an "air palace" from a distance. The entire cloister-like building is extremely magnificent and inlaid Gold walls, silver bricks on the floor, Buddha statues are carved on the pillars of the pavilion, and the king's throne is inlaid with gems of various colors and richness. There is a stone ladder on all four sides of the palace in the sky leading to the top of the tower, but currently only the stone ladder on the west is equipped with wooden ladders and handrails. The stairs are very steep and narrow, so be careful when you go up. Special reminder, there is no wooden ladder on the third floor, but there is a stone ladder to climb from the third floor to the shrine on the top of the center. Some of them are made up of incomplete stones, and they are quite smooth. Really Be especially careful.