The second part of our trip to the Temples took us to the area known as Angkor Thom.
Of our total "Angkor Wat" time of seven & a half hours, we spent quite a lot of it at Angkor Thom - in particular, Bayon, the temple of King Jayavarman VII.
This is one of the more commonly photographed temples, given the 216 enigmatic stone faces (of the Buddhist Bodhisattva, Avalokitesvara) that adorn it.
A fascinating place and although more 'ragged' in appearance than Angkor Wat, it is a very special.
Enjoy the associated photos.