West baray is a huge water body with boating and inflated tyres for frolicking in water. One can take a boat ride to an island, see the temple there, sit for some time and come back for 15usd. One can also float on water for...More
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A group of 18 of us, travelling with Jetwing Travels, Sri Lanka, visited this man-made lake with a local guide. He told us that this large lake is 8 km long and 2 km wide. We stopped on its earthen bund or levee. There is...More
Tour could go at any time of a day but I would like to recommend to visit it at the late afternoon to combine your tour with sunset on boat! It is very large manmade lake of the Angkor Site. Tourist woukd enjoy to relax...More
I went with local friends. This was a day to relax off the beaten track. We had a picnic lunch (food was good) that we shared with a million flies. The hammocks and relaxed setting was a nice change from Siem Reap and Angkor Wat....More
West Baray is a man made water reservoir constructed about 600 years back for the water needs for the Angkor inhabitants.Many locals come for a swim & as a family picnic spot but for a tourist there are many better places to relax in town....More
We took a boat out to the reconstruction of the temple in the middle of Baray lake. Its being funded by German Monet but with local expertise also. It is being reconstructed and it will something to see in future when finished
Great place to spend a day off! I spent a Sunday afternoon with two of my local friends! Comfortable hammock bar with local food! The place is really characteristic where locals jump and swim on the lake and having their lunch with the family.
This is a greet place for swimming and relax time with lunch and dinner. Nice food with grilled chicken, frog and fish. On high water is nice view.
When I was a little boy, I was impressed by the size of the lake and the beauty of the beach. 20 years later, it looks like an abandoned place. Not much water as before. Nothing to do unless you want to tast local food....More