The Bayon Temple
Angkor Thom is also called the Bayon temple, as that's the name of its particular architectural style. It has the unique feature of having linked towers. It's located 1.7km from Angkor Wat, and is surrounded by a moat, 100m wide, and a 3km wall. In the centre is the Bayon temple, a twelfth century structure adorned with hundreds of giant stone faces, some as tall as 23 metres. You can admire the Terrace of Elephants here, the Terrace of the Leper King, and the twelve towers of Prasat.