APAD 267: Ta Prohm Temple candle

Posted by on Feb 29, 2012 in A Photo a Day, Addicted to Meme, All things Khmer, Cambodia, That's My World, travel, What's On in Cambodia | 5 comments

A section of the Ta Prohm Temple, aka, the Tomb Raider temple, carved on a candle.

This is the actual temple:

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  1. that’s a lovely souvenir.

  2. Cool candle!

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  3. I would love to see that someday in person.

  4. I’ve been to Ta Prohm in the afternoon and my photo of this one was not good anymore. But i previously got the photos of other trees on some temples. I was so disappointed my battery was exhausted when i reached this famous tree. Would you know the name of that tree? I bought an expensive battery the next morning before going to the next temples, and that battery turned out to be already very old as it already had a very short life. It was also more expensive in the downtown showroom than here in our country.

    • Hi Andrea. Sorry to hear about your camera/battery mishap. That famous tree is a banyan tree though I am not aware if there’s a special name attached to it. The banyan trees in the Angkor temples are very impressive, ‘no?

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