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Angkor Wat Temple Tour

  • By on July 12, 2009 | 4 Comments

    My 2nd day in Siem Reap Travel happens to visit Angkor Wat Temple to catch the sunrise early in the morning.

    We woke up early in the morning around 5am and our transporter drove us to Angkor Wat temple in dark, which was 30 minutes away from Siem Reap town.

    Remember to bring torch light as you enter the Angkor Wat temple in dark πŸ™‚

    You will be surpriseΒ  to see lots of people waiting in Angkor Wat temple and form a Formula 1 crowd.

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    Angkor Wat temple with big crowd of sunrise spectators, we hardly squeeze ourselves in the crowd just to get best angle shot πŸ˜€

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    Though there’s lots of spectators, all of us remain in silence while watching the sunrise to be born πŸ˜‰

    Peace and magnificent feeling when seeing the red burning sky upon Angkor Wat temple.

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    It’s dry month of March and we were lucky to have water in the pond for reflection shot πŸ™‚

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    The VIP hot seat to watch the sunrise in Angkor Wat temple, in first come first serve basis monkey-look

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    If not mistaken, the sunrise came out around 6.30am in Siem Reap and you better don’t miss it πŸ™‚

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    It would be a perfect day for photographer if the pond water level was higher to create better reflection shot πŸ™‚

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    Our backpack tour group in the Siem Reap trip posing with the black eye circles πŸ˜€

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    I feel so great and flying after watching the magnificent sunrise in Angkor Wat temple…woo-ha-ha

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    If you zoom your eyes into the pond of Angkor Wat temple, you will got this shot πŸ˜‰

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    One of the Seven Wonders Of The World was conquered by 7 of us (actually 8 including our photographer) onion-dream

    The journey to Angkor doesn’t stop and it will be continue with more temple exploration and history πŸ˜€

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