The larger temple in Angkor's monuments was built by the king in memory of his father and king. The whole building should be cross-shaped, with doors in the east, west, north and south, and gods worshipped in the middle. It's fun to explore, like a labyrinth, where the corridor is tortuous and deep. On the way, I also met "enthusiastic" staff to explain for you, show you "candlelight" and "a day", ask you to take photos, and then tips, I gave 2000 Rier, he was slightly disappointed. But the whole temple is still very playable.