Beng Mealea means "lotus pond" in the local language. Located 40 kilometers east of Angkor's historic sites, the temple is the first of its kind to be built entirely in sand and stone. In addition, its history is unknown. Later generations can only guess from its architectural characteristics and style. The temple was built from the end of the 11th century to the beginning of the 12th century (that is, Suryavarman II reign), and the temple worshipped Shiva. For some reason, the temple has never been completed, and the walls of the temple that should have reliefs are empty. However, due to its primitive features, it has become the most worthwhile and difficult site in Angkor. It took us nearly two hours to drive from the Queen's Palace. Collapse in Myriad is not within the scope of the regular Angkor scenic spot (additional tickets for $5 are required). But when you step into the first moment of the collapse, you will understand why everyone says that the collapse is almost the same as when the French explorers discovered Angkor - "This is a temple hidden deep in the jungle, dilapidated, unrepaired, but filled with mystery. The secluded temple has collapsed long ago, scattered huge stones and ruins are wrapped in tall kapok trees. If the Tabu cage Temple gives people a strange feeling, then the collapse of the Milieu will give you more shock. Apart from building a wooden trestle road when shooting Brother Tiger and Brother Tiger, the rest of the collapse myriad lines retain the original appearance of the monastery when it was discovered. When you walk into the crash line, you seem to be shuttling into another space and time. When you walk around, climb windows, walk the roof, and walk through the house, you will find that there will always be surprises ahead, and you will never know how amazing the scenery is waiting for you. It feels like a treasure hunt. As for the reasons why the restoration has not been sorted out, some say it is due to the lack of relevant information and the lack of technical means to repair it. Others say it is because the Cambodian authorities deliberately retain its original appearance for tourism considerations, so that tourists can see and feel the mysterious and decadent feeling of Angkor when it was first discovered.
The self-paid travel project, sacrificing the opportunity to sleep in the daytime and wake up naturally, feels very valuable. It has long been heard that there will be snakes and insects in the untouched primitive forests. It is also like the Yuanmingyuan Garden in China, which was once prosperous, but now it is in ruins, so we can't help but be interested in "exploring". The main experience here is that the scenery is everywhere. You have to walk very slowly to catch the beauty in every shot. Nature and the ruins of buildings are shining, showing green everywhere. If you want to take pictures of people here, you'd better wear a red suit, which will be very eye-catching. Because of the road, the path is said to be a mine area, so basically did not see the legendary snake spider, only to see a small chameleon scratching on the steps. The taste of primeval forests has not been much touched. Children who ask for money and sugar also see it, but if they ignore it, they will not do anything, not as exaggerated as legendary. Cambodia is a tipping country, where money is needed wherever it goes, but it is better not to give small pot friends money without hard work, so as not to cause bad education for the next generation. Anyway, it's also suitable for slow-swimming in Collapse of Miles, and it's better to go earlier. It's already blocked by more than ten o'clock. It seems that this new scenic spot is really attractive.
Cambodia - - Cambodia robbery, &, &, & Buddha said: Maybe a person's life is a Zen and endless disaster, but Buddha did not tell us how much we have to go through before we let go, he always stood high and laughed silently. Queen's Palace as a whole is mainly complex and exquisite sculpture, small area, simple and solemn, elegant and quiet. The fine and delicate sculpture embodies the devotion of the sculptor's heart. floating life like a dream for joy geometry? The Khmer Dynasty was once glorious from the ruins of the collapse of the ruins. The years of plunder and erosion of nature have already made this place look particularly shattered. The fragrance of shattered birds, the breeze in the shade, and the fresh aroma among the trees and plants give this place a special atmosphere. Seeing the crushed face of the ruins, I pondered: Where are the people who used to be happy here no longer, who stopped before the ruins and sighed now? The mysterious atmosphere hidden in the ruined temples and forests is still pervasive in the air, making people feel the tranquility from the heart. Lost in the crash, because of old, because of mottled, because of light and shadow... Time, buried everything, leaving only the rubble, moss and trees, accompanied by each other for a long time, quiet and desolate, probably one day in the future, and then accompanied by each other, together back to dust bar! Life is a rose, delicate and gorgeous, but with thorns at the top - some people see flowers, others only see thorns. Life does not give the people of Donglisa Lake anything, although ragged, but as long as there is only music and faith in flowers, still strive to live every day. Let us use the inherent tenacity, resistance and resilience of life to polish our own impetuosity and frivolity, slack and depression, and also a deep, serious, restrained.
Like Angkor Wat, there are moats, corridors, Tibetan Classic Pavilions, baths, shrines, altars, window ridges, fairies, goddesses, and relief lintels. The difference is that the collapsed rows are still covered by dense forests, or have been strangled by rain forests like pythons. Collapse! Absolute appearance as its name. 1. Collapse is suitable for people who like to explore. The whole scenic area is large, like a maze. The gate was blocked by the collapsed boulders. Around the right side, you can find a stack road, built when filming the movie "Brother Tiger and Brother Tiger". It's fun to climb the windowsill, walk the roof and wear the house. The trestle road is very safe. You can finish the tour by walking and shooting for 1 hour. 2. Time is abundant, like to take some risks, may as well, as we do, find local children as guides, bold and careful, hands and feet, deep into the area without a stack path to explore secrets. Local children are as agile as monkeys, jumping up and down, and pointing out the carvings hidden in the woods. But please be careful, there is no way to go in many places, individual stones will be loose, climbing up is more difficult; through the dark corridor, you need to light the mobile phone. Ask your child to be a guide. The good thing is that you won't get lost. Remember that one person tips $1. 3. Siem Reap is a long way to the Collapse Train. It is suggested to pack a car. The journey is about 1.5 hours. 4. Individual tickets, 5 dollars per person. 5. Lunch can only be served in restaurants outside the scenic spot. Because there are no restaurants to choose from, there are many people, the taste is not good, and the price is higher than that in the city. 6. It's a good experience to stop and see the Cambodian countryside on your way back. There are also many roadside stalls, which are cheaper than in the city.
Collapse, meaning a lotus pond in a swamp. The royal temple of another king in the Angkor Dynasty. It's also a three-storey corridor, but there's only one tower in the middle. Because of the destruction of the trees, the temples have basically collapsed for a long time. In the ruins of the ruins, walking in the trestle, surrounded by the twining of stone trees, the mystery of the jungle and the temple emerged, but the sunshine was bright. But I heard that the most appropriate scene here is that the sun just rises in the morning, the smoke is shrouded, mysterious and full of unknown. Disillusionment and rebirth, integrity and meteoric breakdown, everything is relative and exists, just as the Five Good Gods and evil Gods tug of war in the milk of the sea! __________ But most sigh at the vitality of the tree, survive in the cracks of the stone, and strive to grow up in the sunshine. What kind of power is it that breaks the stone!
Collapse Mile is a small Angkor Wat-like temple, but several hundred years earlier than Little Angkor. It means lotus pond. It's more than 40 kilometers from Angkor, but it takes two hours to drive because of road problems. There is no renovation here to keep the original appearance, so the tour is particularly interesting. Listen to the guide said that during the rainy season, all of them will be drowned here. They can't walk but take a boat. And there are pythons in the rubble, and sometimes at night the caretakers here will find their figures, which adds a lot of mystery to the place. One thing to remind you in particular is that this is the main battlefield in the war years, so there are many minefields. Now a joint international team is here to assist in mine clearance, so don't run around and follow the directions so as not to happen outside.
The incompleteness of the collapsed rows is the reason why tourists are attracted to go there. It's not man-made destruction, it's not earthquake, it's collapse without any reason. The mysterious magician of nature has left us a mystery in the dimension of time. Walking between the ruins and broken walls, we feel the greatness of human civilization and the infinite power of nature. Man and nature should coexist in harmony. There are some children running around without their coats. Poverty here is not a natural disaster, but a human disaster. The trauma and poverty brought about by war are hard to erase in a short time. Love peace and cherish life.
After seeing the Queen's Palace, drive for an hour, tickets need to be purchased for another $5. The feeling of the primeval forest is that the rocks of the collapse are covered with moss, and the wooden pavement is built in the middle, which can be accessed and seen inside. The power of nature is so amazing that a small seed can take root and germinate in a crack in the stone and become a big tree. There are too many mosquitoes.
Collapse Mile is located about 50 kilometers east of Angkor Monastery. It takes about one and a half hours to drive. It's a long way to go. It's better to go by chartered car. It's not recommended to take a turnout. Tickets are not included in Angkor tickets. They need to be purchased separately. They cost five dollars each. There are ticket booths in front of the historic sites. Here is a square monastery with four doors in the southeast and northwest. Generally, drivers will take tourists to the South gate. Then they wait here. After going in and turning around, we find that the four exits all look the same. At that time, they were ready to walk out of the East gate. But nephew felt that they turned 45 degrees less. Fortunately, they took pictures at the gate at that time, and there was a slight entry and a quarter turn. It took a lap to find the entrance. One of my favorite temples is the Collapse Mile, which has not yet been restored. It is a huge monastery still sleeping in the forest. Because it is made of sandy rock, the damage is more serious and almost irreparable. Compared with other monuments in Angkor Grottoes, it is more real and can see the state of the monuments when they were discovered. Green moss on ancient stones and thousands of years old trees with miscellaneous roots are full of mysterious beauty here! ___________
It's also called Lotus Pool. It's a Hindu temple, but some sculptures reflect the theme of Buddhism. It's a dense primitive forest. The guide tells us not to go to places that nobody has visited, because there are still unknown mines buried here. In this forest-wrapped building, most of them were destroyed, some were the wear and tear of time, some were the torrents of war, and those people used guns and cannons to attack the collapsing lines, so that the lost classics were destroyed by shells.