The oldest temple in Siem Reap contains many Khmer murals and sculptures. The local temple, looking at some old, because it is the oldest temple in the city. The 19th century temple is famous for its beautiful murals. Now you can see the ruins of the old temple. There are well-preserved murals at the end of the 19th century in the temple, which depict the situation in the Roman biography. Construction of new buildings is also under way in the temple. The gate is made of cement. It's a bit old and looks very vicious. There is a Buddhist temple in the entrance. There is no wall. There is only a circle of pillars around it. There is a corridor outside. There is a top on it. There is a group of Buddhist statues inside. Behind is the main Buddhist temple, the top of the temple is a triple eaves warping angle, covered with red tiles, but the passage of time has faded some black, the side of the roof has beautiful decoration, is two gods overlapped with hand-held artifacts, the background is carved, the overall light yellow can not see whether wood or cement. Surrounded by a circle of corridors, corridors with stone fences, there are a circle of small gods and animals, there are four white cement doors, the door is arched with carved patterns and some gods and animals as decoration, the door has two white elephants and a pair of colored Hercules holding heavy swords guarding the door, the other three doors are gods and animals, one is like a lion, and another is like China's Kirin but with elephants. Long nose. After years of wind and rain erosion, the top of the white cement building has become a little black and generally a little discolored. The other three doors are different. The main temple is very big and powerful, and it has a long history at first sight. The stone pillars in the inner ring are white, and there are lintels on every door inside. The carvings on them are exquisite, and there are also on the windows. Each of them tells a different story and shows different scenes. This decoration is made of white cement, because there are corridors so there is no wind and rain, but a thick layer of soil, or a layer of black. The door of the main temple was not opened and the legendary murals could not be seen. There is no flagpole in the temple. The flag is hanging with a high bamboo pole. The flag has many layers of slender strips. There are also two ribbons like kites. This may be the special flag for the temple. The pagodas of this temple are not gathered in one place. They are built around the main temple. There is no difference in form from the spiritual pagodas of other temples. Behind it is a temple under construction. The roof cabinet is erected to show its structure. Next to it is a beautiful house with a Western style, a prominent round eaves, a terrace below which you can drink coffee and view, but also a traditional roof, which is very unique. And the wooden house, it's much worse. There are also unfinished temples and unpainted Buddhist pavilions. Finally, there is a smaller Buddhist temple which is relatively simple. When I left the temple on the other side, I saw a large red seven-headed snake-shaped sculpture in the courtyard. In fact, there is a Galuda carved on the front, which is made of cement and painted with red paint. The overall carving is complex and exquisite. Next to it was a very strange tree with many branches like antlers. There are also many flowers and plants in the courtyard which bring some vitality to the old temple.
Wobo Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Siem Reap, namely Pagoda. It is the holy place of Siem Reap Buddhism and the center of belief. It is located in the center of Siem Reap City, close to Siem Reap National Park. Unlike Temple, Pagoda is a place for monks to practice, learn and live. Temples in Angkor, known as Temple, have different functions than Pagoda except worship.
Wat Bo Pagoda is one of the few free sights in Siem Reap. It is also a good place for leisure photography. When we went there, several gates were repaired. The courtyard was quiet and deep. There was a huge group of tombs in the temple, that is, Buddhist pagodas. The dwellings of the little monks were deep in the temple. We could often see the little monks walking in the temple from class to class. Travel Life I am in Siem Reap, Dali Old City Recalling about 100 groups of pictures of Siem Reap's trip here. Small partners are waiting slowly. Cambodian Travel Exchange Welcome to Dream Inn Inn Inn, Travel Food Photography, Welcome to various appointments! ________
It's very special here. It's different from the dead stone I saw before. There are people here. The temple in Siem Reap City is more like a school, because the local monks teach in it. One of my favorite pictures was taken here: elephants guard the temple and the cat's dream.
Out of Wat Bo, I continued along the river to the Royal Garden. This garden is a big open-air park. The plants are very flourishing and beautiful. It's said that sometimes the king wants to stay over here. But I don't think he dares to go out to the park. He may be surrounded like a star. There is a small temple near the park. Some people are playing music.
Wobo Temple is the oldest temple in Siem Reap, next to the Royal Garden. This temple is not very impressive. The cement gate is very old. When it enters, it is directly a Buddhist hall with only a circle of pillars and no walls. There are a group of Buddhist statues in it. Through the Buddhist temple is the main temple, the main temple is magnificent, but also very large, there are many murals and sculptures, very beautiful. There are many small pagodas around the temple. We can see many monks living here. The main point here is the murals preserved in the temples, which are of high artistic value.
This is the oldest temple in Siem Reap. According to information, there are well-preserved murals at the end of the 19th century in the temple, which is also famous for its beautiful murals. The walls of the old Buddhist temple are white, and the top is Cambodian temple style, i.e. three-storey spire structure. Religious stories are carved on the eyebrows. A thick layer of earth has fallen on the top, and the window frames and doorframes are carved with patterns. The surface of the wall has cracked. It seems that it has not been maintained and repaired for a long time. The hall is surrounded by a circular corridor. The guardrail outside the circular corridor is decorated with Buddha statues and patterns. On each side of the outer guardrail of the circular corridor is an arched gate. Above the lintel is a four-sided Buddha statue. On each side of the statue is a god bird and an unnamed monster. Outside each door there is a pair of stone carvings. The stone carvings of the four doors seem different. The stone carvings of the two doors are lions and elephants, and the other two doors are not remembered. It is said that the murals are kept in this Buddhist temple, but the door is locked and can not be seen. To the east of the ancient Buddhist temple are the Tallins and the Burning Towers, where people are cremated into heaven in this way. Close to the north of this ancient Buddhist temple is a beige semi-open-air building surrounded by circular beams above the two pillars of the column structure and low barrier walls below. It's like a place for collective activities. There is a large hall building to the north, where the door is open. We look inside out of curiosity and courage, and nobody stops us, so we take off our shoes and go in to visit (because there are several pairs of shoes in the door). When preparing to leave, an old woman came to the temple with several children to give alms. They brought a large pot of soup and vegetables. It was said that every day the donors came to the temple to give food. The monks ate a hundred kinds of food. In a large hall room (I really don't know what to call this room a living room, dining room, Buddhist hall or auditorium), there is a Buddha statue on the inside of the hall. In front of the Buddha statue, there are lotus flowers and other donations on both sides. At the entrance of the Buddhist hall, there was a long wooden cave. A young master was sitting on the wooden cave to receive the old woman who had just given the alms. On the wooden cave, there was food from other donors. On the wall above the wooden collapse hangs pictures of many monks, presumably of the monastery's elite monks of all ages, with Cambodia's national flag and religious flag printed on the top. This hall is very clean. The tile floor is shiny and there are many carpets sitting on the floor beside the wall. Everyone who enters the hall must put their shoes outside. On the other side of the hall were two rows of small tables, each covered with a fly-proof cover and an aluminium pot. An older monk and a volunteer are preparing lunch. It is said that the monk's meal is strictly time-bound. He only eats two meals a day. He must finish his lunch before 11 o'clock. After that time, he can't eat any more. It's 10:10. It's estimated that dinner will be ready soon. Because we had to rush to the Luoluo Temple, we couldn't wait for the monks to have dinner before we left.