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The Bayon is a Khmer Temple at Angkor, Cambodia characterised by stone faces carved into it’s many towers.
Built way back in the 12th or 13th centuries on instruction of King Jayavarman VII, the grand structure is so imposing today as I’m sure it would’ve been then. The sheer size and fascinating bas-reliefs on the walls had me in awe. Surprisingly other tourists seemed to choose other spots for sunset so it was just us against the ruins. Not a bad way to end the day.
wearing H&M peplum | Tsubi shorts | ASOS heels | Balenciaga bag | vintage bangle
photography by Benjamin | shot at The Bayon, Cambodia