The King’s Coffin.
When the King died, the people curled him up into a foetal position and placed him in this coffin (the reason why it’s so small).
Really good window carvings.
Really nice architecture.
I’m sure this is used for time travel.
They call him the “Lucky Buddha” because the other Buddha carvings got destroyed by the invaders, missing out this guy.
Temple of Bayon. My favourite of them all.
I can’t wait to be there. 32 more days to Angkor Wat.
A noble asking.
What a beautiful place. I can’t wait. 27 October.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia by Steve McCurry
Few years back, when I saw photos of this magnificent place, I told myself I have to go there one day. It didn’t managed to happen back then because of my meager National Service allowance and partly it’s because I could’t find anyone to go with me.
Fast forward to today, I decided to make it happen. Booked my flights and accommodation in Siem Reap from 27 October to 1 November. My first overseas trip alone.
Angkor Wat, here I come.