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A temple mountain near to Angkor Wat, built at the end of the 9th century. From the summit you have one of the best sunset views in the area. You can also see Angkor Wat in the distance.

Fun fact: There's a scene in the movie Tomb Raider where Angelina Jolie arrives in Cambodia and looks at Angkor Wat through binoculars - this is taken from here.
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Your tuktuk will park at the bottom of the hill. You must park your bicycle or moped here also.
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Sunset

05:46 18:18
13:43
13°25'25.4234" N 103°51'22.0186" E

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  • Charlotte Muuls
  • Thijs van den Broek
  • Santiago Morgan Garcia
  • Oliver Lollolor
  • Gabor Karolyi
  • Darren Patterson
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Thank you Mathew Browne for creating this photo spot and Thijs van den Broek for improving it with additional photos or content.

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