The King’s palace at the junction of two rivers (male and female). Reportedly, when this and all of the other forts and temples were built in the 17th century, it was without drawings–working instead from the vision in the head of the architect. Whether or not it is true, the architecture and construction (e.g., no nails) are amazing. The gold roof is the temple where the King and Queen were married. It was not permitted to take photos inside the temple (or any other temple) but you can imagine how over-the-top it is.

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