Time Required : 30 to 45 minutes
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Baphuon Temple is an ancient mountain temple located in Angkor archaeological park in Siem Reap in Cambodia. This sandstone monument is known for the magnificent views of Angkor Thom witnessed from the top of its pyramid-shaped towers reached by steep wooden staircases. It is also well-known for the incomplete sculpture of the Reclining Buddha.
King Udayadityavarman II built it before the capital city of Angkor Thom was established. Originally, Baphuon was a state temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Later on, it was converted to a Buddhist shrine in the 15th century. The bird views of the surrounding Bayon and other temples in Angkor Thom in the early morning have become quite popular among the tourists recently.
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