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“มัสยิดเก่าแก่กว่า 200 ปี แห่งแรกของภาคตะวันออกประเทศไทย ก่อสร้างขึ้นตั้งแต่สมัยรัชการที่ 3 ปัจจุบันมีการบูรณะมัสยิดให้มีความงดงาม”
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Hindu Temple
“When Lara Croft and Tomb Raider pushed Hollywood images of Ta Prohm temple into cinemas around the world in 2001, they consolidated the case for Cambodia as a tourist destination. Little over fifteen years later, millions of visitors flock to Siem Reap each year, many of whom will have their picture taken under “that tree” that Angelina Jolie stood upon during one of the movie’s action scenes. There is, however, obviously much more to Ta Prohm than its famous friends. It is perhaps included in “the big three” along with Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom as one of the must-see temples because of the movie-attraction, but in reality Ta Prohm is a mesmerizing temple to visit quite apart from its Hollywood status. In fact, it is probably the decision not to clear the site of trees, and leave some of the most impressive jungle/ruin take-overs in place, that caught the attention of film location scouts and made it one of the most atmospheric and most photographed of all the temples. Location and how to get there Ta Prohm is part of the small circuit of the Angkor complex and is just a few minutes in a tuk tuk away from Angkor Wat or Angkor Thom. The main buildings of the temple are encircled by a large wall and so are not immediately visible from the road but rather discovered by a short walk on a jungle-lined path. A fantastic way to come to this temple is by bike, through the trails in the Angkor forest and the lesser-used gates. It takes an experienced bike guide to find the route through the crisscross paths but it’s a magical way to explore the area and arrive at the inner enclosures of the temple. Most visitors combine a tour of Ta Prohm temple with a visit to Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat to fill their one-day pass at the temples. However, Ta Prohm is surrounded by a myriad of other, smaller sites that, combined, can make for a great day of exploration. Banteay Kdei and Ta Nei in particularly are quite under-visited yet interesting sites which make for a peaceful break from the crowds.”
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Hindu Temple
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