The largest religious monument in the world (Buddist temple dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu in the 12th century).
Buddist Temple. Famously known for the gigantic ficus trees that are growing on top of it.
Known as the “Temple of Beaming Faces” where each of the 51 towers has 4 smiling faces keeping watch in all 4 directions: North, South, East and West. (2nd largest temple in Cambodia.
Literal translation is “Citadel of the Woman” named after the woman who designed this fortress. (3rd largest temple in Cambodia)
Highest point in Angkor (First Hindu temple built in Angkor in the 9th century)
Royal bathing pond of the king (srah = pond; srang = a royal word means bath)
Dedicated to the Shiva god, once surrounded entirely by water.
Buddist temple similar to Ta Prohm, in its original condition.
Tonle Sap “The Floating Village”
Largest freshwater flood plain in the world (also called the flowing heart of Cambodia)
Wat Phnaom Temple, Phnom Penh
Central Market, Phnom Penh
Choeung Ek “The Killing Feilds”
A very somber place to visit and honor those who lost their lives
Many places listed above were from my own research, but a few were taken from the book “1000 Places To See Before You Die.” It was made into a TV show by the Discovery Channel and can be watched using this link here.