Angkor Wat Cambodia

Ko Ker (Khmers say Ko Kay) is a long day trip out of Siem Reap to the North East. Also accessible from T'beng Meanchy this site has over 85 temples. The road is now paved from Beng Malea to Ko Ker and there is an entrance fee. Active mine clearing is still going on in the area, but stick to the roads and stay with in the marked areas while exploring the temples. If you get out of Siem Reap by 8 am you will have plenty of time to explore the many temples that make up the Ko Ker site.

 Cambodian Monks  

CURIOUS MONKS

 

Prasat Nieng Kamal       Prasat

NIENG KAMAL  AND AN OLD PRASAT

 

Baray at Ko Ker site       To Prasat Thom

A BARAY AND THE WALKWAY TO PRASAT THOM

 

To Prasat Thom

ALONG THE WALKWAY TO PRASAT THOM IN THE BACK RIGHT

 

Monkey Relief on top of Prasat Thom      Land Mine sign at the complex

MONKEY RELIEF ON TOP OF PRASAT THOM AND ONE OF MANY LAND MINE SIGNS IN THE AREA

View from top of Prasat Thom

A VIEW OF A NEIGHBORING VILLAGE FROM PRASAT THOM

 

PrasatThom

PRASAT THOM IN THE RAINY SEASON

 

Stairs to the bottom of Prasat Thom

LOOKING DOWN THE STAIRS FROM THE TOP OF PRASAT THOM

 

        Raindrops keep falling on my head            Ko Ker girls

STAY IN DURING THE STORM AND MISS A PHOTO OP..... MAKE SURE YOU STOP AFTER THE RAINS FOR ANOTHER

 

Prasat at Ko Ker Complex                    Roots overtaking Prasat

A COUPLE OF SITES SURROUNDING PRASAT THOM

 

The jungle taking a Prasat

IN THE RAINY SEASON THE JUNGLE TAKES OVER

Overgrowth on a Prasat

HERE THE JUNGLE APPARENTLY SURVIVED A FEW DRY SEASONS AS WELL

 

3 Prasats in the Jungle

A FEW PRASATS LEAVING THE SITE BACK TO SIEM REAP

 

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