Ta Som Temple is a small and ancient temple at Angkor, Cambodia Was built at the in of 12 century by King Jayavarman VII, the decoration of Ta som Temple is similar to the Bayon temple that has a location at the eastern end of the Northern Baray at Angkor. Ta Som temple located at the eastern end of the Northern Baray at Siem Reap Angkor As well as nearby sites Preah Khan and Ta Prohm, Moreover Ta Som Temple one of the temples that interesting with the prominent feature is a huge strangler fig tree and other vegetation growing among the ruins since 1998. Although Ta Som is part of the Grand Circuit, it is frequently skipped by tourists who are more interested in visiting the better-known sites in the park. If you choose to visit this often-overlooked temple, you will be well rewarded for the effort. It is quite likely that you’ll have the place to yourself, and you can take your time to explore the site in peace and take as long as you like to examine the well-preserved bas-reliefs without being jostled by crowds.
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