Google is continuing to map Asia’s most recognizable landmarks after it added 360-degree panoramic images of Cambodia’s iconic Angkor Wat to its Street View service, a site populated by over 50 Khmer temples which the Lonely Planet guide calls “heaven on earth”.
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The Google Maps team first entered Cambodia in July 2013. Google says that the Angkor Wat project includes over 90,000 360-degree views from over 100 temples, making it “one of Street View’s largest digital renderings of a world heritage site to date.”
You can take a virtual tour through the site, which includes places that are not accessible to tourists, here.
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