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