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Neak Pean

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A short trip leading to a small temple, Prasat Neak Pean (The Coiled Serpent) on an island.


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124' 38 m

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108' 33 m

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16' 5 m

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7' 2 m

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1%

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2%

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This short trail starts off on the Grand Circuit road and heads south. The route follows a wooden walkway above a man-made marshy lake to the island of Jayatataka Baray. Neak Pean, located on this island, is comprised of ponds with a small Buddhist temple at its center. The temple is made from sandstone and has sculptures of serpents around its base.

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Walking the bridge to Neak Pean.
Jul 17, 2017 near Siem Reap, KH

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