Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Phnom Kulen NP ~ cambodia

after visiting the 12th century temples of angkor wat on day #1, we decided to see the holy mountains region Phnom Kulen in north western cambodia, the area where angkor begun. phnom kulen is sometimes written as phnom koulen and means the mountain of the lychees. of course it is a UNESCO world cultural heritage too.

  • Preah Ang Thom ~ buddhist temple from 16th century 
  • waterfalls 
  • pol pot's communist regime's khmer rouge killing fields (close to or already part of siem reap)
  • siem reap part 2 & 3 ~ the historical centre visited in the morning of our day 3 in cambodia
preah ang thom
 holy water with hindu carvings
 good-bye, phnom kulen
 killing fields, pol pot & khmer rouge murdered 3 millions out of 8 millions cambodians in the 70ties :-((
never ever killing fields ...
more pictures HERE
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