Expedition Unknown: Temple of Doom Pictures
Angkor Wat is a prime example of Khmer architecture, with its use of sandstone blocks for foundation and its lotus-shaped towers.
Parts of the temples of King Jayavarman II's city still stand at the dig site on Phnom Kulen.
Considering that the terrain up the mountain is difficult to traverse on foot, Josh acquires a motorbike to help him get to the top.
Josh enjoys his time on a unique form of travel in Cambodia, the bamboo railroad, on his way to Battambang.
As the sun sets over the floating village on the Tonle Sap, Josh wades down the river toward the dig site for the lost city on Phnom Kulen in Cambodia.
Josh traverses the mountain of Phnom Kulen through rain, thunder and darkness in search of a mysterious relic.
This statue of an elephant outside the gates of Mahendraparvata signifies the entrance to the lost city and the beginning of answers to the legend of King Jayavarman II.
In order to escape the scorching temperatures, Josh jumps into the cool waters in picturesque Cambodia.
Josh listens intently to an antique dealer, who explains to him the dangers of looters trying to find the lost city.
A look at the glorious, self-sufficient floating village on the Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia.
Josh tries to visualize the layout of King Jayavarman's palace on Phnom Kulen in Cambodia from the ruins discovered by archaeologist JB Chevance.