Bayon Temple

After lunch at a local eatery Hoy took us to Bayon Temple. Bayon is a well-known Khmer temple recognized by the massive stone faces all throughout on the surfaces of the rock.

Within 30 minutes the day quickly turned rainy but we still took our time to explore.

Inside the temple walls there were low doorways, dark stooped rooms, lots of looming faces and beautiful carvings.

I was kind of a photo creeper, although I did ask a few people if they would mind me taking some shots. This first guy though, I did not want to disturb.

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