Angkor Wat is the largest religious structure in the world. Located in Cambodia, the temple was built under the direction of Survavarman II in the early 12th century dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. It was later converted into a Buddhist temple. It is currently one of the national symbols of Cambodia, appearing in the countryÂ’s national flag.
The Cambodian government is looking to send archeologists and temple architects to find out whether an under-construction temple at the Sihanakhon temple complex in Thailand is similar to Angkor Wat or not. The new temple was claimed to be a replica of the famous monument.