Travelogue Siem Reap: Preah Khan

And the temple run continues… Sharing one last must-visit temple before I get into details of my Cambodia trip.

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Preah Khan, which means Royal sword, was built in the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII to honor his father. Similar to Ta Prohm temple, which I shared HERE, Preah Khan has been left untouched with the jungle-like surroundings and trees growing out of the ruins. It’s a bit of adventure going around, as if we were passing through different terrains. Check out my travel diary below to see what I mean.

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Up next: Siem Reap food trip!!! 😀

To see more of my Cambodia posts, click the links below:

Banteay Srei – http://lushangel.com/2016/01/25/travelogue-siem-reap-banteay-srei/
Angkor Wat – http://lushangel.com/2016/01/13/travelogue-cambodia-siem-reap-angkor-wat/
Bayon Temple – http://lushangel.com/2016/01/22/bayon-temple-cambodia-siem-reap/
Ta Prohm – http://lushangel.com/2016/02/06/travelogue-cambodia-siem-reap-ta-prohm/
Pre Rup– http://lushangel.com/2016/02/29/sunset-at-pre-rup/

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