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[Siem Reap] Bayon and Apsara


This post is the last post about my trip to Siem Reap. After got out of the restaurant for our lunch, we went back to our hotel and took a final rest for a while. And then we collected our belongings and checked out ! Our next target was Bayon.

The buddha have four faces !

When I find such a narrow space, I feel like going through 🙂

Our guide said that this statue look like Utako Kyo, Japanese actress.

Our bus took us to “Cambodia Tea Time”, managed by a Japanese. Ah, I didn’t know pepper is Cambodia’s specialty until this trip. Pepper was sold here and there. Of course, I bought some 🙂 This shop sell gelato, too. So I ate. They served us cold tea and Nom thom moon with free of charge !

And we went to Baphuon. Huge architecture again.

A girl was getting pond snails in the pond for her family’s meal. Umm.What is “pond snail”?
Though she showed us her getting pond snails, but I couldn’t see well because of my bad eyes…

This was the last remains at this trip. Phimeanakas.

This narrow stairs in the back ,,,, our guide said, “If you want to go up, please go ahead !”
But the wooden stairs and handrail creaked heavily. Oops… Eh ? Needless to say, I didn’t go up ! Three person did.

At night, we saw Apsara Dance Show at AMAZON ANGKOR. Awesome ! Beautiful !!

Our dinner was buffet style. Oh, I could have coffee at the restaurant for the first time during my stay in Cambodia. Coffee was in the sealed machine, so I put coffee into my cup with ease.

I was really moving by every remains at my trip. And I decided to go to there again without fail.


  1. tokyomike55 says:

    Loved this post. I just posted on Tour 2…and next up will be…yes, Bayon and Baphuon. I thought they were some of the most amazing things I’d ever seen. I didn’t see the Apsara show though — I’ll check it out next trip (December 2014). Anyway, great post!

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