What makes Angkor Wat so beautiful and a trip in Siem Reap so pleasant? The answer to this question can be viewed as something really subjective, but I’m going to try to make this more than just a subjective post. I’m going to do my very best to convince and take you onboard, or at least for you to see from my perspective the aspects behind such inexplicable beauty that attracts nothing but long minutes of memorized gasps from visitors.
The magic starts from the time ones reach the avenue that leads to the Angkor Park. With a few other bloggers on the same tuk-tuk as me, we were with our relaxed mind, breathing in the air that’s blessed by the beauty of tall, gigantic trees. They seem to be welcoming us to what might later strike our tourist experience big time (especially for those first-timers in this god-like place). Then, deeper into the park, where the space gets a little more open, a very amazing view awaits us – the Angkor Wat zone stands with a small forest surrounded by a lake. The trees on the island that popped up amidst the lake simply blend with its surroundings and create unimaginable beauty.