In­side Angkor Wat, there are a lot of tem­ples. These are few tem­ples to visit while around the com­plex:

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Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom, the last cap­i­tal of the Kh­mer Em­pire, was a for­ti­fied city en­clos­ing res­i­dences of priests, of­fi­cials of the palace and mil­i­tary, as well as build­ings for the ad­min­is­tra­tion of the king­dom.

Ban­teay Samre

The tem­ple is worth the ex­tra ef­fort to ex­pe­ri­ence the elab­o­rate ar­chi­tec­ture, and fine carv­ings, although thieves have dam­aged many of the tem­ple’s trea­sures.


Ba­phuon is a sin­gle sanc­tu­ary tem­ple-moun­tain sit­u­ated on a high base. It is a sym­bol­i­cal rep­re­sen­ta­tion of Mount Meru.

Preah Khan

The tem­ple was built in the sec­ond half of the 12th cen­tury in AD 1191 by King Jayavar­man VII, ded­i­cat­ing it to his fa­ther, D ha ran ind ra var man.

Preah Palilay

Built in the mid­dle to the last half of the 12th cen­tury, by King Jayavar­man VII, this tem­ple is ded­i­cated to the Bud­dhist and art style of Angkor Wat.


$20 (one day ticket) $40 (for three days, can be used over one week) $60 (for one week, can be used within a month)

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