Angkor Wat


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Ang′kor Wat′

(wɑt, vɑt)

also Ang′kor Vat′

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n.
the largest and best preserved Khmer temple in the Angkor complex of ruins.
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The areas include the Trapaing Ses pond in front of the Ta Prohm Kel sandstone monument and the grass surrounding the Angkor Wat temple.
Commencing his tour of the Park President first visited Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious monuments in the world.
The men looking after Angkor Wat in Cambodia are certainly working on a wing and a prayer.
Featuring two newly crafted itineraries, the Four Seasons Private Jet will touch down for the first time in Angkor Wat, Mexico City, Easter Island and Athens, among an enviable list of locales.
Featuring two new itineraries, the Four Seasons Private Jet will touch down for the first time in Angkor Wat, Mexico City, Easter Island and Athens, among an enviable list of locales.
The city is the capital of the Cambodian province that hosts the famous Angkor Wat and other centuries-old temple complexes.
Part of the campaign is a contest where two lucky people will be selected to go on an all-expenses-paid Angkor Wat marathon or Mt Kinabalu climb.
The ten-day journey, from 16 -26 November 2019, will take in the frenzy of Ho Chi Minh City to the tranquillity of Angkor Wat in one of the best journeys in the world.
Travel operators said currently an average of 25,000 Taiwanese people visit Angkor Wat every year.
A visit to Cambodia would not be complete without a tour of the temple complex of Angkor Wat in Siam Reap.
Researchers at Monash University can give you the sensation of standing in the midst of Angkor Wat as it was in the late 12th century when the Khmer kings ruled.
The bus was heading to the capital, Phnom Penh, from Siem Reap - site of the Angkor Wat temple complex, Cambodia's top tourist attraction - when it collided with a minibus.