The little luck in traveling is the beautiful scenery that you accidentally discovered that is not in the guide. On the way to the old market, I accidentally encountered a beautiful temple. The blue sky and white clouds were shining with golden light. It is set off by small flowers of various colors. There are also sculptures symbolizing ancient myths. I strayed into it in the afternoon. Although the sun was blazing, I was a little reluctant to move away. Under such hot and strong sunlight, a clean golden spot. Let the heart be purified, when I meet you, I am full of joy.
This is a temple not very far from the Siem Reap River. It is relatively low-key, but after you come in, you will find a lot of sights in it, such as the two big cows in the temple. There are really not many cows in Cambodian temples. Most of them are Hindu naga. In addition, the temple is still very large, divided into several palaces. I thought I would need tickets here, but after I walked in, I found that I just took off. You can go inside the temple with your shoes, which adds to the surprises and fun of your trip.
Cambodia, Siem Reap. Wandering in the city, at the bridgehead by the river, I found this courtyard. Nobody is in charge of the entrance. Just enter. The courtyard is large. There are various statues in the courtyard. There are not many tourists. It is a local temple with many monks. There are charity classrooms to teach English. Take off your shoes when entering the hall.
This is a very small attraction in Cambodia, but the area of this temple is really big. He was also a temple I accidentally checked in. Originally I wanted to walk from the night market to the Siem Reap Post Office, but I saw such a big temple and it was full of many historical stories, so I stopped here. I visited it in about half an hour.
A temple near the old market in Siem Reap. Unlike the temples of Angkor Wat, this is a magnificent temple. There is a reclining Buddha inside. Outside are numerous stupas. There is also a ship-shaped sculpture, which is said to be built because of the moving story of a monk using a ship to protect and transport food. There is an introduction to this story on the corridor of the temple. The small temple is not big and is open for free. No one goes there on a hot day. But the photos are still pretty good-looking.