In his role as warden of Ta Kou Entrance of Angkor Wat, a man has the responsibility to keep incense burning and to maintain the cleanliness of the premises.
Incense burning is an ancient religious ritual common to Egypt, India and East Asia. It is steeped in symbolism. In Buddhism, it is a sacred offering, a way to honor the Triple Gem of the Buddha, his Dharma and the Sangha.
Each time dawn appears, the mystery is there in its entirety - René Daumal.
Ta Kou Entrance of Angkor Wat at dawn is a hidden realm of mystery, magic and wonder.
A remorque in a street of Siem Reap.
In Cambodia, the term tuk-tuk refers to a passenger-carrying remorque pulled by a motorcycle. It is a widely used form of transportation in the capital of Phnom Penh and for visitors touring the Angkor temples in Siem Reap.