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Prasat Ta Muen / Thailand

Posted in Latest of Asienreisender, Sights with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2013 by Thim Kwai

At a very remote spot in Thailand’s Surin Province at the very border to Cambodia are three small remains of Angkorean buildings to find. Coming from the next village in Thailand, Phanom Dong Rak, where the last bus stop is placed, a lonely road leads one some ten kilometers south into the jungle. The first site one reaches is Prasat Ta Muen, which looks like a chapel with an intact roof and a hall inside. (…) Few tourists make the way out to here. Prasat Ta Muen is truly a hidden pearl in the jungle.


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