‪Ta Keo‬
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DotsGirl2
فانكوفر, كندا450 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
الأصدقاء • ‪فبراير 2024‬
‪This is a very imposing temple with five stories. It is very impressive but remember to climb up there are lots of stairs. Bring your water with you‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 فبراير 2024
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Ana-Maria B
‪Cluj-Napoca‬, رومانيا1,251 مساهمة
4.0 من 5 دوائر
بمفردك • ‪نوفمبر 2023‬
‪Before you go, make sure you have story shoes and are in reasonable physical condition (no need to hit the gym, there were retirees and children doing it, but if you are not steady on your feet, accidents may happen).
A bit off the beaten track, this temple does not have decorations, but it is still very impressive by size alone. Climb to the top, enjoy the view and hold on tight when going back down - no rails to hold on to!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 ديسمبر 2023
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Anna S
ماليزيا104 مساهمات
5.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪أغسطس 2023‬
‪Very remarkable colossus, unfinished - but very worth visiting building from the 10th century. 'Builder': Jayavarman V.
It is located a little off the 'main track' of Angkor visitors.
The last part of the way goes through a mighty forest and the 'temple mountain' is at the end in a clearing of these tall trees. An impressive walk among few people in almost complete silence to a mighty building; magnificent.
The basic concept of the building is a 22m high platform on which 5 further towers stand. Once here, the visitor can then climb a staircase at the central object even higher - and can then enjoy a wonderful view from there. The underlying symbolism of the Mehru mountain makes this possible.
It must be mentioned that the climb is not entirely without problems: The reason: The individual steps are very high and also not very deep. In fact, you have to climb up almost as if on all fours. We are sure that this concept would never be open to the public in Central European countries!
We had a lovely experience here. In fact, most of the visitors had already turned around on the terrace and there were only 6 people who reached the top with us. The effort loosened the tongues of those present - who did not know each other - and we chatted for a long time in a very friendly group (polyglot). An event that we did not experience with travellers on our tour lasting several months.
The object does have one shortcoming, however: nowhere can you find any bas-reliefs or similar decorations in the rooms.
A small compensation is provided by a series of buildings in the immediate vicinity of the main building. 2x Gopuram and 2x library; quite impressive buildings.
Conclusion: Not for art lovers or overweight people - more for sporty, peace-loving people.
كُتب بتاريخ 31 أكتوبر 2023
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scubacol11
‪Rotherham‬, UK1,978 مساهمة
4.0 من 5 دوائر
بمفردك • ‪أبريل 2023‬
‪Although very close to the main road this temple does not get very crowded,you can climb to the top but the steps are very high and uneven,it can be very peacefull at the top if you avoid the bus load of Chinese short strings.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 سبتمبر 2023
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Soko37
بودابست, المجر4,562 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪مايو 2023‬
‪Not knowing what to expect and our tuk tuk driver told us Hubble to be careful about stairs. It was so simple to climb up. Luckily having good shoes, dried stones and but exercise. It took some effort on the way up and downstairs. Rather high and unique, definitely experience for teenagers. Really happy, it was on our small circuit list for Siem Reap temples ride. Recommended but think about shoes 👠 skills and good weather. Not so many people being there and made it bit peaceful‬
كُتب بتاريخ 1 مايو 2023
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Valter M
ميلان, إيطاليا916 مساهمة
3.0 من 5 دوائر
بمفردك • ‪مايو 2023‬
‪Uno dei più grandi templi costruiti durante l'Impero Khmer ed è stato costruito un paio di centinaia di anni prima del tempio di Angkor Wat. Tempio piuttosto popolare tra i visitatori a causa delle sue dimensioni: cinque torri santuario siedono in cima a una piramide a gradoni di 22 m. I suoi cinque santuari sono posti in cima a una piramide a cinque gradini alta 22 metri, da dove ci sono buone vedute della zona circostante. La piramide a forma di Ta Keo è stata costruita per rappresentare il Monte Meru, la montagna che è il centro del mondo nella mitologia indù. Il massiccio monumento in arenaria dedicato a Shiva è stato lasciato incompiuto all'inizio del 11° secolo. Intorno al Ta Keo c'era un fossato, che rappresenta gli oceani che circondano il Monte Meru. Una passerella asfaltata lunga circa 500 metri verso est con leoni guardiani su entrambi i lati conduce a un molo sul grande baray orientale. Il primo livello della piramide è circondato da un muro di arenaria con cancelli d'ingresso gopura su tutti e quattro i lati. Su entrambi i lati del gopura orientale c'è una stanza lunga oltre 20 metri, che probabilmente è stata utilizzata per fornire riparo ai viaggiatori. Il secondo livello della piramide è circondato da gallerie che non hanno porte e le sue finestre si aprono verso l'interno del tempio. Le gallerie circolari sono una continuazione delle lunghe sale dei templi precedenti, come quelle del Pre Rup. All'estremità orientale della piattaforma di secondo livello ci sono due edifici a galleria simili alle gallerie circolari, ma questi sono molto più piccoli. Accanto a loro ci sono due edifici della biblioteca, con una statua di Nandi il toro sacro in mezzo. Una scala molto ripida su tutti e quattro i lati conduce verso la piattaforma quadrata superiore. Sulla piattaforma in cima alla piramide ci sono cinque prasat, il più grande al centro, quattro più piccoli agli angoli della piattaforma. I prasat hanno una pianta cruciforme e aperti ai vestiboli. I santuari hanno quattro porte, dove i monumenti precedenti avevano solo una porta di solito a est, e false porte nelle altre direzioni. Le torri contengono camere santuario in cui sono stati trovati diversi linga e statue.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 30 أبريل 2023
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Miri V
مدريد, إسبانيا2,172 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪نوفمبر 2022‬
‪Lo más impresionante de este templo es la altura, con escaleras bastante empinadas que hacen que tengas que poner un extra de energía para visitarlo, teniendo que apoyarse en los escalones o paredes laterales para ayudarse en la subida y en la bajada.
Desde arriba se puede observar la impresionante vegetación que rodea estos templos.
Es un templo hinduista dedicado al dios Shiva, y que representa el monte Meru.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 يناير 2023
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Bec
برمنجهام, UK546 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪سبتمبر 2022‬
‪This was my absolute favourite out of all the temples! We were completely alone, apparently it’s not overly visited as there are little to no carvings.
I thought it was amazing. We could climb the original steps all the way to the top and there are panels with carved Sanskrit.
Definitely make the journey if you have the time.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 2 سبتمبر 2022
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LuizDutraNeto
ريو دي جانيرو, RJ8,621 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
‪يناير 2020‬
‪Very near the jungle temple of "Ta Prohm", you will find "Ta Keo" - a temple-mountain built in the 10th and 11th centuries by Kings Jayavarman V, Jayaviravarman and Suryavarman I, which was dedicated to Lord Shiva, the "Great God" of the "Hinduist Pantheon". "Ta Keo" is the first temple, in the Angkor complex, to be entirely built in sandstone. The absence of rich carvings, as seen in other nearby temples, may signify it was never finished. Anyway, its simplicity brings charm and architectural importance. Climbing its steps is no easy task, but visiting the once known "the mountain with golden peaks" may be a quite rewarding experience! Enjoy‬
كُتب بتاريخ 22 أكتوبر 2020
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skyisblu
مونتريال, كندا2,538 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
‪يناير 2020‬
‪While touring Angkor Wat on bicycles, we happen upon Ta Keo, hidden down a dirt road through the forest. I am convinced this fact keep the bigger tours at bay, as we are seemingly the ONLY people exploring this temple. Better still, this is one of the few you can actually CLIMB, due to major restoration efforts by the Chinese. The stairs are STEEP and you will want to use you hands to steady yourself on the way up AND down, but DO IT - you will be rewarded with views of the surrounding jungle and the entire temple from this height. The feeling of being completely alone in such a large place is exhilarating.

This temple is a little more exposed than some of the others, as its height means that it is not hidden in the lush jungle. I would recommend visiting either in early morning or late afternoon, to avoid being out in the open under the blazing hot sun. There is very little shade, but you can enter the towers at the top, walk all around the platform and return back into the courtyards. There are information panels detailing the restoration work, and you can observe catalog markers on the stones, as well as glass slides glued to the doorways to indicate movement, which is a neat little find.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 2 يونيو 2020
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