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Angkor Wat Night Moon Rise

  • By on September 7, 2009 | 4 Comments

    The final blog episode of Siem Reap Travel and I feel glad to write and share the 5 days 4 night Siem Reap temple journey in the past few months. Tonight I will bring you back to Angkor Wat to watch the moon rise 😀

    Did you ask me what is the best temple to visit in this 5 day 4 night journey?

    My answer will be Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple, Ta Prohm Temple, Preah Khan Temple and Banteay Srei.

    Check those temple out and I highly recommend it as a must visit destination in Siem Reap 🙂

    The Last Night In Siem Reap

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    Just before the sunset, there will be a group of local preparing for some exhibition show.

    For some reason, Swee Wei and I just join in as volunteer to fit into the gap found in the group 😀

    Guess what, we were chase out by the authority after that 🙂

    But that’s not because we interrupting the show, but just that we didn’t pay any buck for the ticket show.

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    We just move to one spot and start to watch the rise of the moon 🙂

    No one was allowed to enter Angkor Wat temple at night, no matter how much USD you got in your pocket.

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    You just can take your night view photo shot from the entrance of Angkor Wat 😀

    Is quite dark in the area around Angkor Wat, so make sure you didn’t lost your tour guide or transporter.

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    We didn’t plan our visit to watch the moon rise in Angkor Wat, but it was just coincidence for the moon to rise in our final night in Siem Reap 😀

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    The Angkor Wat looks alive and beautiful on the night of moon rise 😉

    Okay folks, that’s all I got for the journey to Siem Reap travel and it was a real amazing journey I had.

    For those who loves travel, I recommend you to visit Siem Reap as soon especially for those interested on travel photography 😀

    Prepare your backpack plan and you can follow my itinerary as the route line of your travel.

    See you soon in the next chapter of Travel Escape 🙂

    ah hong

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  1. #1 Jayce
    September 7, 2009 11:23 pm

    Yeah… Will follow your plan when go there. 🙂

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  1. #2 haan
    September 8, 2009 7:27 am

    3rd and 4th pics are nice!!

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  1. #3 ah hong
    September 8, 2009 7:36 am

    Thanks Haan 😀

    It was shot by my friend Ling Ling, thanks to her for becoming our official photographer in the trip 😉

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