Grade 4/5 Visit Phnom Chisor

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As part of the “Belief Systems” Unit, the Grade 4/5 students visited Phnom Chisor this week. They showed perseverance, determination and commitment to climb up over 370 steps! Phnom Chisor temple was built in the early 11th century by King Suryavarman I, who practiced Brahmanism. Constructed of sandstone and other stones, it is 60 meters long and 50 meters wide and sits atop a mountain.

Not only did the students take in the superb views of the countryside, but also had the chance to see the Sleeping Buddha, the Apsara Kiosk and Pond, the Buddha Shrine and the Seated Buddha protected by Naga.