Great little tour. It's actually right next to Chichen Itza so there are a lot to see. Would recommend going early to avoid the crowds and the heat. Take cash if you want to buy souvenirs
The Samurai Temple is the largest temple in the ancient city of Chichen Itza. It was a place for soldiers and contests in the ancient Mayan period. The entrance of the temple is a very large square, very wide, it is definitely the most grand building in the ancient city, it is worth visiting.
The Samurai Temple is a major temple in the ancient city of Chichen Itza. According to archaeological findings, this place was supposed to be a place for martial arts. The temple is very well preserved. The mottled walls reveal a strong sense of history. Its location is in the central area of the entire site, which shows that it had a very high status in this city at that time.
A historical place like very much
The Samurai Temple is beside Thousand Pillar Square. The higher platform above the stone steps is where the Samurai Temple is located, but it is difficult to see the shape of the temple from the ruins now. This site is now surrounded by a cordon. Tourists can't get close to each other. They can only admire the magnificence after the precipitation of history outside the cordon. It is said that this is a place where people's hearts and heads were used for worship in ancient times.