The Buddhism’s Development in Cambodia – The Case of Bayon Temple

Cham Pheng


Cambodia’s tourism industry is booming and there are many tourist attractions to choose from. As a religion with far-reaching influence on Cambodia, Buddhism is also an important factor in attracting tourists from all over the world. The temples in Cambodia attract a large number of tourists to visit, and many temples have become world-class tourist attractions. Among them, Bayon Temple is the most popular attraction, the use of Bayon Temple as a tourist attraction is the result of tourism development, and the development of religious tourism has also greatly affected the social and cultural life of Cambodian Buddhists.

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