18 November 2011

Angkor Archaeological Park – Stepping Back In Time

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Situated in the northern part of Cambodia, the Angkor Archaeological Park is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the region and in Southeast Asia. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the park and forest area spans around 400 square kilometres and is home to a wide range of ruins that date back from the 9th to the 15th centuries, during the time of the Khmer Empire. Among the famous sites one can visit while exploring this historical park include the Temple of Angkor Wat, the Bayon Temple, the Temple of Angkor Thom, Phnom Bakheng and the Elephant Terrace. Those looking for luxurious Siem Reap hotels when on holiday can stay at Alila Sothea, Siem Reap. This elegant and stylish Angkor hotel is ideally located only around 15 minutes from the Angkor Archaeological Park.