Time has arrived at noon. It's hot and hot, and there is no toilet in this place. It's better for male comrades to solve the problem. Women are more troublesome. This shows that tourism services are not in place. Get on the Tutu and go to the distribution center near Lao Wangtai. There is a free mobile toilet, which is quite clean. After solving the problem, we drive to the entrance of the battle platform. On this day, we put aside our reserve and kept asking Tutu drivers to get free ice water. This service is really good.
I like the mural part of Lao Wangtai best. There are many reliefs depicting the situation of the palace on the maze-like path between the inner wall and the outer wall. The platform is made of laterite and sandstone, about six meters high. The relief on the inner wall depicts the gods and Asura together, which is interesting. Nine heads of Naga proportion is even and perfect, the expression of the goddess is rich, the goddess accessories are also different, you can calm down in the channel, careful observation and study. & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm; & diaphragm on the platform is a replica of the diaphragm king statue, The statue of King Dang looks a little scary. There are legends that he is the king suffering from leprosy. There are also legends that his beard and tusks are because he has become King Yan. He wanted to take pictures for a souvenir. But when he came to the front, he was afraid. He did not dare to look carefully at the sculptures around him and left quickly. It is a little regrettable.
Siem Reap, Cambodia. The five scenic spots of Greater Angkor are linked together. According to the order of visits, they are Barong Temple, Bafang Temple, Air Palace, War Elephant Stair and King's Stair. Because they are in the last order, they are not so amazing. But the walls of statues like mazes are very distinctive.
Terrace of the Leper King on King Lai's steps - "a legendary king with leprosy. There are many ornamental sculptures in the corridor under the steps. Angkor reliefs, which were destroyed by the rings of storms and wars, are everywhere. They are still beautiful to the extreme. The magnificence of the reliefs hundreds of thousands of years ago is beyond imagination. It has a strong visual effect. There are many reliefs in the Greek Batlon sculpture, but the relief there is relatively flat. Angkor's relief is the greatest achievement in the history of world art, and it is the most difficult in the technique of expression. )
There is a statue without sex, which is an imitation. It's in the museum. Some people say it's Jeba-mo VII. Some people say it's Yan-mo, the God of death. The most noteworthy thing is a passage under the steps of King Lao, into a cave sky, sculpture maze. The platform is hot sunshine, the platform is a ghostly hell. It feels wonderful.
To the north of the war elephant platform, King Lao Platform is a 6-meter-high platform full of carvings, on which a mysterious statue stands. Some people think this is Yama, the God of death. Others think that Yasovarman, the Khmer ruler, died of leprosy. The front wall is decorated with seven elaborate sculptures, including countless Apsaras (dancers or fairies). Even more spectacular are the evil-looking images in the hidden trenches behind the front guard wall. Centuries ago, these statues were buried because of the expansion of the original altar, so they still look bright, just like they were carved yesterday.
The small step on the edge of the war elephant step is the King Lao step. Its usefulness and name are mysterious, but the mainstream saying is the Royal crematorium. The walls beneath the steps of King Lao are densely packed and exquisite Buddhist carvings with mottled but vivid colors. The platform is 6 meters high and each side is 25 meters long. It is built with laterite and rock.
Located on the north side of Douxiang Taipei, it is a 7-meter-high platform with many exquisite carvings on the guard walls around the platform. There is a asexual statue on the platform. The original of the statue is now preserved in the Phnom Penh National Museum. Legend has it that at least two Angkor kings suffer from leprosy, and this statue may represent one of them; another says that it is the statue of King Yanluo, the God of death, and that the Royal Terrace is actually the Royal crematorium. Come here near noon and get some sunshine. Underneath the platform, there is a very concealed path, which can only be passed by one person. The dense carvings of Hindu gods and beasts are very attractive.
King Lao's steps are located in Tongwang City, just north of the war elephant platform. The platform, about 7 meters high, was the Royal crematorium at that time. It was named after a gender-free statue of King Sao at the top of the platform. The statue you see now is a replica. The original is kept in the Phnom Penh National Museum. There are many exquisite relief reliefs on the walls around the platform, which are the essence of the king's steps.