Immediately south of Angkor Tom’s southern gate, complete( as are all of Angkor Tom’s five grand entrances) with a bridge depicting the churning of the ocean milk story (with which we’ve all become rather conversant), is Phnom Bakheang, a hilttop temple that affords the most visited sunset views in the complex. As you see, it was quite the scene. Felt almost like Key West, though no one clapped for the sunset. Mercifully, we found a more peaceful vibe a few evenings later.

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