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Meet the mystery of millennium in Angkor Wat, the glorious cultural heritage of the Khmer Kingdom
A place with a must-visit historical treasure before dying, it is Angkor Wat in Cambodia, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Only its traces remain now, but it is well worth it as a great historical heritage where you can feel the dignity of the Khmer kingdom in the past.
To someone who is not interested, it may seem like a rock, but if you look closely, it contains a lot of stories that you can't imagine. Angkor Wat, where the remains of the past and Cambodians living in the present coexist. Let's go to Cambodia, the perfect season to go on a trip.
Cambodia's November-February is the best weather to travel as the humidity is low and comfortable. It is a good season to go on a trip when the magnificence of Angkor Wat under the blue sky stands out.
Every year from November to April, during the dry season, there is a great opportunity to see the sunrise and sunset in Anglo-Kwat. To see the sun rising over Angkor Wat, Siem Reap travelers become morning humans. The view of the sunrise is beautiful enough to exude a sense of excitement, and it leaves a regret that it is difficult to leave the place easily.
Angkor Wat is a temple built in the early 12th century by King Suryavarman II, who achieved the most prosperous heyday of the Angkor dynasty, to use it as his tomb, who became one body with the Hindu god Vishnu. It is the world's largest stone temple with 1000 years of history. The temple, located 6.5 km north of Siem Reap City, has been praised by numerous visitors since it was discovered by a botanist named Henri Muo in 1860. Each of the buildings in this temple contains the Khmer's unique culture and their view of the universe and their beliefs. In addition, the sophisticated and sophisticated lakes and canals they built and irrigation canals connected by Tonle Sap were used to create a powerful and wealthy foundation.
Siem Reap is a world-renowned base for the Angkor Kingdom. Siam is a word for Thailand, and the detailed meaning of Siem Reap is known as 'the place that defeated Thailand's Siam'.
About 100 temples dating from the 9th to 13th centuries have been discovered in an area of 600km.
In Siem Reap, tourists increased sharply as Angkor ruins were restored. The city is located about 6 km south of Angkor Wat. Various lodging facilities, restaurants, and convenience facilities are concentrated here. Major tourist destinations include small temples such as Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom.
The entire temple was made of bricks and laterite, so the warm texture of these materials is best seen in the early morning when the sun rises or when the sun goes down. From the top floor, you can enjoy the panoramic view in two directions: the first is to the east facing Phnom Bok, the mountains of Phnom Coolen are also visible, and the second is to the west, the Angkor Wat towers are faintly hung on the horizon from a distance.