Ta Prohm (originally called Rajavihara) is a temple forming part of the Angkor complex near Siem Reap, built in the 12th and 13th century by the Khmer King Jayavarman VII. The building housed a Buddhist monastery and university. Today, Ta Prohm is among the most popular temples of Angkor, because it has been left largely untouched and is characterized by the trees that grow over the ruins.
The Bayon is a Khmer temple built in the 12th century, located in the centre of Angkor Thom, the capital of the Khmer empire under king Jayavarman VII.
Tonlé Sap Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and a UNESCO biosphere. Various Cham and Vietnamese communities live in floating villages on the lake.