Category Archives: Tourist Attraction in Siem Reap

Bateay Samre Temple


Large, comparatively flat temple displaying distinctively Angkor Wat-style architecture and artistry. The temple underwent extensive restoration this century by archaeologists using the anastylosis method. Banteay Samre was constructed around the same time as Angkor Wat.

Ak Yum Temple


The remains of Prasat Ak Yum are to be found on the south side of the western baray, at about one kilometre east from its south-west corner. Since the raising of the water level one can only get there by boat, on condition that the vegetation around the temple itself is cleared.

Bakong Temple


Bakong Temple – Roluos Group: Built by King Indravarman I in late 9th century C.E., dedicated to Hindu (Shiva). The most impressive member of the Roluos Group, sitting at the center of the first Angkorian Capital, Hariharalaya. Bakong stands 15 meters tall

Preah Khan Temple


Preah Khan Temple was built in the late 12th century in 1191, five year after the building of Ta Prohm, the king dedicated this temple to be the shelter of the idol of his father, Dharnindravarman II, in the likeness of Bodhisattva Lokesvara. The causeways lead to the temple are bordered by the same figures

Preah Ko Temple


Preah Ko Temple is located in Thala Borivath commune, Preah Ko temple can be accessed by the confluence of the Se Kong and Mekong rivers. Preah Ko temple is an important historical site in Stung Treng province; it was built in the 6th-7th Centuries, during the reign of King Jayavarman I, in dedication to Brahmanism religion.

Lolei Temple


Lolei Temple is the northernmost temple of the Roluos group of three late 9th-century Hindu temples at Angkor, Cambodia, the others members of which are Preah Ko and the Bakong. Lolei was the last of the three temples to be built as part of the city of Hariharalaya that once flourished at Roluos, and in 893 the Khmer king

Banteay Srey Temple


The tenth century temple of Banteay Srei is renowned for its intricate decoration carved in pinkish sandstone that covers the walls like tapestry. This site warrants as much time as your schedule allows. The roads have been recently repaired and it takes about 30 minutes from Siem Reap to get to the temple.

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