Bayon Temple

After Angkor Wat we went to Bayon Temple. This temple is adorned with faces high and low, at every angle. It was a rather hot day but we were relieved by some thick cloud cover while we were there. It took us about 30 minutes to walk through and explore all of the little nooks and crannies, but I could have been there for hours with my camera. You can read more information from our first trip here.

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