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Praying for marital bliss

Praying for marital bliss

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TRACEY SHELTON

Chhey Phalin offers incense at Preah Ang Chek - Preah Ang Chom temple in Siem Reap town. The temple was named after two magical sisters who are believed to answer the prayers of those who make offerings. It is particularly popular with newlyweds wishing for good luck in their marriage.

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