It's the steepest temple I've ever climbed. It's steeper than Angkor Wat and Becken Hill, but there are three stories. The top one is sealed off. This temple has several characteristics, one is that the wall itself is a reclining Buddha, the key is to find the chin of the reclining Buddha, the other is that there are many old stones scattered around the temple. It is said that the French people have to pile up the number to repair it, but because of the war, lost archives, the parties can not find them, these stones do not know how to pile up, so here is known as the world. The largest jigsaw puzzle in the world can only be partly repaired so far; the third is that on the first floor there are lots of Yoni, the stones of female genitals in Hinduism, the pillars of a hole in the middle, but Linga (male genitals) has disappeared. Generally speaking, the temple is very magnificent and dangerous, even if it takes an hour to watch the flowers on horseback. It is very close to Taplen Monastery, Warlike Platform, King Lao Platform and King Angkor City. It is suggested that we should not take a car and walk through it at one time. We missed the Pafang Temple just because we were lazy and took the bus. We came again the next day. There are also local people here to take wedding photos, very eye-catching.
Bafang Temple is known as the largest and most complex three-dimensional building in the world. Bafang Temple is an unexpected surprise. This temple is not the grand perfection of Angkor, nor the unique shock of the Barong temple. It is surrounded by the jungle. It is not small in size. Its incomplete beauty is pure, which makes me linger and forget to leave. Instead of thinking about time and history, we need to look through our eyes and enjoy pure artistic beauty. Tips - "1, climbing Bafang Temple, dress requirements, bare shoulders, bare knees above the legs are prohibited climbing, please pay attention to their own outrigger. 2. Can only climb wooden stairs, relatively steep, but not too high, carefully hold the railings, climbing up does not consume much energy. Keep in mind that you must climb the top. You have a good view and beautiful scenery. 3. The Bafang Temple still faces east. After entering from the east, there is a 200-metre-long participating road. If you like photography, it's a good angle to go down to the bottom of the road or take photos around the opposite side of the pond road. 4. Go as early as possible. Most corridors do not have roofs because they cannot be completely repaired. There are few places to shade them. Near noon, they will be exposed to the sun and affect their mood. 5. Bafang Temple has relatively few visitors, a simple background and green trees, which is very suitable for portraits. Beauty-loving students need to get up early, and only when the sun is soft can they have a beautiful sunshine. We all went late. We knew it was so beautiful, so we didn't sleep late.
Not far from the Barong Temple is the Baphuon Temple, which passes through the air worship road more than one meter high and 200 meters long from the ground. Bafang Temple is a three-storey pyramid-shaped monastery, which needs to be climbed one by one. The upper corridor of the monastery had only pillars, and when it reached the top, clouds scattered to reveal the blue sky, and sunlight projected on the remaining pillars with a vague feeling of the Greek temple. This temple has fewer people and better ornamental experience.
Siem Reap, Cambodia. The Papuan Temple, also known as the Pafang Temple by the local people, is very beautiful. It's a long way to go through a stone bridge. After entering the temple, you have to climb up a high platform. You can take pictures on it. The top is not allowed to go up because of maintenance, but you can still feel its grandeur in history.
The Papuxiang Temple is a three-storey pyramid-shaped building. As soon as it enters the pagoda gate, it has nearly 200 meters of air access road. It is said that this access road has the meaning of connecting the ground with the Rainbow Bridge in Heaven. When entering the central pyramid-shaped Palace building, fragments of ruins scatter on the ground, and attention should be paid to the safety of the foot.
Bapuan Temple, also known as Bafang Temple, is behind the battle elephant platform of Tongwang City. The terrain here is relatively high, and there is a building like an altar on the top, but the damage is more serious. Here, you can see the surrounding scenery by climbing high, and the scenery from top to bottom is still very spectacular.
Bapuan Temple is located about 200 meters northwest of Barong Temple. This magnificent building used to be the center of Tongwang City, even before it was built. There is a 200-metre-long pavement leading to the Temple of Papuon, with ponds on both sides. You can see the classic water reflection landscape in Angkor Monument.
Arrangement of Angkor Wat photographs, Pafang Temple, the National Temple built between 1050 and 1066 A.D., the five-storey pyramid building gradually shrinking upwards, and the most attractive is the 172-meter straight road. When I climbed to the top of the temple and looked down, a solemn feeling came into being, as if I were at the top of the world overlooking all living beings.
Located 200 meters northwest of Barong Temple, Bafang Temple is the national temple dedicated to Shiva built by King Udayadityavarman II of Zhenla in the middle of the 11th century. It is the center of the capital city at that time and is known by the French as "the largest and most complex three-dimensional building in the world". France has helped Cambodia to restore the Pafang Temple since 1960. However, due to the unrest in Cambodia, the relevant information was destroyed and the restoration work was interrupted. Because of the lack of technical information, many stones can no longer be placed in their original places. They can only lie on the square in front of the temple forever, as a witness of Cambodia's once glorious and modern turbulence.
Bafang Temple is located about 200 meters (656 feet) northwest of Barong Temple, on the south side of Angkor's ancient palace. Enter and exit from the east. Tip: Since most of the temple buildings have collapsed, it is difficult to reach the top. If the staunch tourists have to climb the top, they can look forward to it through a passage on the East side, which has stone pillars and the ancient Angkor Palace on the left. Visitors should go straight along the corridor, climb the first stacked stone steps, turn left and circle the temple, so that the temple always appears on your right side. Bafang Temple was built in the middle of the 11th century (1060), by King Udayadiyah Bamo II, dedicated to Shibo (Hinduism), which belongs to the style of Bafang Temple.