I have read other reviews where visitors are disappointed with the temples, but we saw it as quite an experience.
The museum/information centre was really good in taking us through the different elements to the temples and the history of this ancient structure. This was our second visit and the info centre had not been completed on our first visit, so it was great to see it all finished.
It was fascinating to see how metal 'cages' are used to hold the structure up and a good idea with the walkways, so no more will be damaged by people keen to write their names on the stones.
There wasn't much to the museum shop, but the place itself is very interesting. Not sure if it is a great place to bring your children unless they are interested in archaeology.
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