Renowned to be one of the greatest archaeological sites present in the World, Angkor Wat is definitely an astonishing masterpiece.
Around one million and more people are said to have lived here while this civilization was at its best. Displaying such a splendid atmosphere, that, if this temple was situated along the Mediterranean basin it would definitely have been included as one of the wonders of this world.
Discovered by archaeologists in the 19th century, this temple has ever since then marveled one and all. A cherished heritage of the dynamic Khmer empire and the history which is engraved within the walls of this revived temple,
Angkor Wat can be reached by a huge stone path over a hundred and ninety meter wide channel which is located on the west face of the temple. This stone path on its own is an amazing creation admired by every tourist visiting Angkor Wat. It is recommended to visit the site at sunrise, when stunning pictures can be taken (in case of clear skies).