Cambodia: land of magic
Bayon aka “The Smiling Temple”
One of the 216 smiling faces of Avalokiteshvara at Bayon.
The mystical Ta Prohm
Built almost 1,000 years ago. The sheer size of the tree roots growing over the temple put its age into perspective.
The energy in the Temple was palpable.
The beautiful Banteay Sray aka ‘The Lady Temple”. Reportedly the only temple of the Angkor civilization designed by a woman.
Banteay Sray is built entirely of sandstone, allowing for exquisite detail in the carvings adorning almost every surface of the temple.
The North and South Kleangs
Ruins of Chau Say Tevoda
The attention to detail is unbelievable.
Ancient priests must have been in amazing shape because these stairs were crazy steep!
“When it rains it pours” definitely holds true in Siem Reap.
Yeah, no thanks.
It’s impossible not to smile in this incredible place!
Having fun with some locals at Angkor Wat.
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