Greetings, travelers. When we visited Angkor Wat, we found there was more to the area than the spectacular constructions; not everyone stops to admire the surrounding environment, but the landscapes really deserve a second look. Walking down the long Angkor Wat Naga Bridge, you will cross the walls of the west gate to enter the second level of the largest temple ever built. Once you're in the courtyard, you'll see that the magic that surrounds this construction lies in the beauty of nature. Everywhere around you, you'll see shades of intense green. The inner garden covers the entire piece of land, running up to the inner walls, and surrounding the two libraries. There are two lakes, and trees and lotus flowers, adding to the immense beauty and magnificence of the site. If you're a nature lover, it's easy to get lost here, losing all track of time as you admire your incredible surroundings.