In a country where the average income is only about $950 a year, Angelina Jolie has no problem in spending double that — if not much more — in just a day. RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Brad Pitt's wife has been dishing out the dough while directing her next big flick, First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
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The 40-year-old movie star's first big expense? Closing down an entire temple in Angkor Archeological Park, Radar has learned.
Tower in the Preah Ko Temple, Roluos Temple Complex, Roluos, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, Asia
According to locals, Jolie has rented a temple called Preah Ko from the Cambodian government.
"No one can get near it," a source told Radar. "She has it shut down to the public because she is filming there."
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People who have traveled across the world in the hopes to visit the historical site are being turned away. "The temple is closed to all travelers," a source said. "She doesn't want people taking pictures and has the help of local police to keep it private."
Doorway Reliefs on Preah Ko at Roluos
"She paid the government for the use of this temple," the source added.
But Jolie's extravagant demands don't end on the set of her film. Radar has also learned that in her down time, Jolie is spending her hours at the ultra-exclusive and expensive hotel, Amansara.
Swimming pool at the Amansara hotel in Siem Reap
According to the hotel's website, the property is the former guesthouse estate of King Norodom Sihanouk.
Terrace at the Amansara hotel in Siem Reap
Amansara is a 24-suite resort — and 12 of the suites boast private plunge pools.
The Amansara hotel in Siem Reap
One of the "Courtyard Suites" can cost as much as $1,764.91 per night.