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Banteay Kdei, Siem Reap

Categories: Ruins, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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Admire the ruins of Banteay Kdei, a late 12th-century Buddhist temple within the Angkor city complex. One of the smaller temples situated inside the massive compound, the structure was constructed under the Khmer ruler Jayavarman VII, and designed in the Bayon style, known for numerous stone decorations and elaborate carvings. Easily accessible from the area's more famous and grander attractions, Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm, the temple offers you a less crowded and peaceful setting to explore charming stone walls and courtyards. With our custom trip planner, Siem Reap attractions like Banteay Kdei can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Spectacular site in all senses, is visit it. Alignment of the impressive halls. Beautiful place.
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  • For me it is still increadible - even if I now already saw - what the people almost 1.000years ago could built up. I always asked myself: How many people worked for how many time? These hugh area is s...  read more »
  • Last Temple visited, is not a great time unfortunately, but has an extraordinary fascination, unfortunately many parts are now rubble, too dangerous to visit, ideal resort to a local guide.
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  • Great for photography indoors with natural brightness, less tourists and have interesting places inside to shoot composed photos.
  • Did some research focusing on this temple in 2015. One of the quieter temples which provides a nice relaxing experience.
  • it's not crowdy like the main temple! but it's nice during the sunset
  • One of the ruined temple inside the Angkor Temple Complex knows as the temple with Buddhist integration. A must visit temple!
  • This temple has some of the most unique carvings of any in Siem Reap. A very interesting place to visit. Be sure to check out the west column room. The street sellers are out in force here. However, they've also got a great sense of humour and I think they're from the same family as they do the same English impressions.
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