The 32 Most Famous Landmarks in the World

The ancient temples spread across Angkor Archaeological Park constitute one of Southeast Asia’s most significant archaeological sites. This UNESCO World Heritage Site showcases the remains of the various capitals of the Khmer Empire in the ninth to 15th centuries, including the world’s largest religious monument: the expansive Angkor Wat temple complex. To best understand Angkor Wat’s history and its unique Khmer architecture, consider booking a guided tour – and, before leaving the ancient site, be sure to climb to the top of Angkor Wat for truly spectacular views. As you explore the rest of Angkor, the Banyon temple at Angkor Thom is also not to be missed.

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