1st-2nd Apr 17 Siem Reap and Angkor Wat 

The moment we arrived at the Hyatt in Siem Reap, the heavens opened. The traffic - TukTuks for passengers and freight - was amazing 

The market at Siem Reap - just down the road from the hotel
Off to Angkor Watt

Temple Tickets for 3 days
Boarding our bus
I think I could work out this sign in the Gents Loo - or 'Happy House' as our guide 'Skinny Huy' referred to it. 'Go Happy House now or you have to use Happy Bush...'
Going through the outer walls to enter Angkor Wat.
Angkor Wat is the single largest religious monument in the world and dates from the 12th Century.
All walls covered in these intricate carvings of apsaras (celestial dancing girls)
First site of the majestic Angkor Wat
Group photo...
One of the many buildings surrounding the main temple
Buddhist Monk at the very centre of the Temple
You could climb to the top but the wait was 1hr+ in the heat. They were restricting access because...
...many people had fallen whilst using the old steps
We returned to Angkor Wat at 5.00am the following day for the sunrise. Unfortunately it was overcast.
But this was a photo from a previous visit given to me by our guide, Ty

Angkor Wat unusually faces West - apparently a symbol of death.