Ta Prohm is a Khmer temple located in the Angkor complex declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1992.
The temple served as a Buddhist monastery. At present the fame of this temple is due to the fact of being one of the few monuments that has not yet “rescued from the jungle,”. The place offers a striking combination of ruins and nature that have made it one of the main attractions.
I went to the temple of Banteay Srei in 2014 this is a Cambodian temple from the X century and is dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva. Is located in the Ankor area of Cambodia, and it is built mainly of red sandstone with elaborate carvings on the walls.
To go from Phnom Penh (the capital of Cambodia) to Phnom Santuk, I had to take a bus, even the distance was not that long (about 200 kms) it took around 4 hours to get there, I had the occasion to see the typical houses in Cambodia during the way. Once you get to Phom Santuk you have to climb up 800 steps if you want to see the temple. It is worth it to see.
Lotus flower in the National Museum of Phnom Pehn.