Bakan Hill, together with Litchi Hill and Bok Hill, is listed as the Three Sacred Mountains of Angkor. A steep road of worship was built on a 60-meter-high natural hill, with a platform-shaped square on it and a pyramid-like monument on the hill, the Bakan Temple, at its deepest point. This is a monastery representing Mount Xumi. There are six platforms. There are five halls in the center. In addition to the top hall, there are 12 small halls on the five platforms, and 44 brick halls on the bottom floor. & Bakan Mountain is the best place to watch sunset. Here, you can see the panoramic view of Angkor Temple. If you watch sunset in the main hall, you must go up the mountain earlier. The stairs of the main hall will not be allowed to enter at 17:30, and there are 300 staff restrictions, and the full membership will be closed in advance. We started climbing around 15:00. The climb was easy about half an hour, but unfortunately the probability of watching sunset on Mount Bakan in the rainy season was too small. We could not bear to leave after two rains on the top of the mountain. Although it finally cleared up, we still passed by the beautiful sunset, but we sat on the steps of the monastery with our friends from all over the world with umbrellas in order to be the same. The experience of raining for one purpose is very interesting!