Angkor Temples & Stories – The handbook for individual travels
The comprehensive handbook for independent travellers
Become acquainted with their abundance, get familiar and enjoy them.
E-Book, available at Amazon.com
Third updated and extended edition, May 2021.
432 pages with 290 photos, maps, and plans.
Unique features of the book
22 pages with17 photos, maps and plans about the temple Angkor Wat.
A portrait of the temple Preah Vihear based on Sachchidanand Sahai’s outstanding book.
An illustrated outline of Angkor’s mythologies and cults.
Comprehensive hints for pedalling Angkor:
A bike vacation among temples in the jungle
Links to the Angkor Map, and the author’s website with individual service, updates and more.
Based on the author’s twenty years of Angkor experience.
How to read this book?
Second, glance over the Mythological Picture Hall and the Glossary.
Third, look for the Bakong temple.
Note the temples you want to see first and design your routes.
When you visit a temple, read about it first, and again afterwards.
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