Tomb Rider in Angkor Wat

The world’s largest archaeological Religious site.


It is pretty incredible that it was built over a thousand years ago. It is all made of huge, heavy blocks of sandstone.

It attracts about 2.5 million visitors a year which makes it on average about 5,000 people a day coming from all over the world! These are impressive numbers indeed.

A couple weeks ago we were among those thousand visitors trooping up to the lost city of Angkor Wat. Our dedicated tuk tuk driver picked us up at 5 am so that we could see the sunrise.

The whole visit was magical. We only visited the main temples: Bayon, Ta Prohm and Angkor Wat.


Finally I made it through the over 200 pictures I took. I was taking shots of everything, from every angle. I could have competed with one of the eager Japanese tourist. I manage to pick about sixty photos that were really worth it. However, these photos do not do justice to the majesty of the temples of Angkor Wat.

Interesting facts on the building















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