In the movie Tomb Raider, Angelina Jolie stands in a temple that seems to grow ancient trees from stones, and a Cambodian girl appears and disappears. This scene was shot in Ta Prohm. There is a Naga in front of the temple. In Angkor Wat, Naga is often seen. It is a mysterious creature in Hindu mythology. It occupies the same position as dragon in China in Cambodia. It is also similar to dragon in shape. It usually has five, seven or nine heads, which are fan-shaped. Legend has it that when Sakyamuni was practicing under the Bodhi tree, it was raining heavily. Naga, a seven-headed snake, turned into a prince's mount. In order to help the prince shelter himself from the rain, one head was not enough. Seven heads could shelter the rain from all directions. The snake that protects Buddha is a good snake, so behind its seemingly ferocious face is a kind and caring heart. The most prominent feature of Tabu Cage Temple is that there are many huge trees entangled with Buddhist pagodas and temples. It is not clear whether it is a rattan-entangled temple or a temple-entangled rattan. It is amazing the power and creation of nature. However, this also poses a dilemma to the protection of cultural relics. If ancient trees are allowed to grow, damaged ancient buildings will eventually fall apart. If winding ancient trees are cut down, some ancient buildings will collapse. We arrived at the temple at 12 noon and the temperature was above 34 degrees. But because it is full of tall trees, even the noon sun is not too hot.