Bayon Temple In The Development Of Budhisme In Cambodia

Bopha Kunthea

Abstract


Cambodia is experiencing tremendous tourism developments. Many choices of tourist attractions that can be selected by tourists. Each tourist attraction provides interesting offers for tourists who visit. The existence of temples in Cambodia is the main attraction for tourists, so many temples start to become a tourist spot. Bayon Temple is one of the tourist attractions visited by tourists. Utilization of Bayon Temple as a tourist visit is a result of tourism development. These developments affect the social and cultural life of Buddhists in Cambodia.


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Bayon temple, development of Budhisme

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