On approaching from a distance, it resembles a rather formless initially disappointing jumble of stone.
Inside you discover a maze of galleries, towers and passageways on three different levels. The most famous thing about the Bayon Temple are the over 200 faces carved into the stone temple towers – some indistinct and crumbling and others perfectly preserved.
Bayon is less crowded than Angor Wat so you can even find a quiet space for a blessing under the sightless gaze of the ever-present faces. For more info and photos go to http://travelwellflysafe.com/2015/02/17/bayon-angor-thom-cambodia/