Koh Ker temple site is a place of wonder. Situated at just over 120 km from Siem Reap, it is still unclear as to why this site was chosen as Capital for the Angkor Empire by King Jayavarman IV. Dating back to 928, the 36-metre high pyramid temple is a wonder to see.
Dotted around Koh Ker temple, are numerous other temples that should be included in a visit to Koh Ker Temple itself. This book is a picture guide to 21 temples at the site, to help you plan your visit and time, as well as learn more about this mysterious place.
The layout of the guide is straightforward and will help any traveler seeking greater depth to their vacation experience.
Contained in the text:
53 pictures of Koh Ker Temple Site
21 temples in total covered
GPS coordinates and directions to all temples
Take your visit to Cambodia beyond the temples of Angkor Wat and discover Koh Ker.
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About the Author
Adventurer and world traveler, Anton Swanepoel, hales originally from Pretoria, South Africa, but has called a number of exotic locations home. Educated as a software engineer, he worked for a large multinational company before deciding to travel the globe. Along life's journey, Anton became a skilled scuba diver and technical diving instructor, teaching for seven years while living in the Cayman Islands. His resume touts Tri-Mix instructor levels from multiple licensing agencies, and dive records over 400 feet. Mr. Swanepoel has always loved travel and writing. In the past several years he's combined these passions, authoring and publishing a host of books, sharing secrets he's learned along the way. When he's not exploring an underwater landscape or racing a motorcycle down a stretch of highway, you'll find Anton visiting world destinations and chronicling his experiences. Today, he is a fulltime globetrotter and writer, having penned instructional guides for diving and travel, as well as a pair of fictional novels. His excurtion titles are geared toward do-it-yourself travelers, who enjoy saving money and seeing the out-of-way places. His favorite destinations include, Machu Picchu, the mountains of Vietnam, and the Temples at Angkor Wat.