Constructed : Early or Mid 12th century, between 1113-1150 Religion : Hindu Style : Angkor Wat King : Suryavarman II ★ 1113 – 1150 ★ Location : On the small circuit. Comment : There are few places anywhere on earth to match the splendor of Angkor Wat that is one of the largest monuments [...]
About Bayon Temple Constructed : Late 12 th century Religion: Buddhism Style : Bayon King : Jayavarman VII ★ 1181 – 1218 ★ Detail : Only the gallery circumference 1,200m total height 43m 54 towers. Location : Center of Angkor Thom, 1500m in the north of the Southern Gate. Comment : In the heart [...]
Angkor Thom Constructed : Late 12th/Early 13th century Religion: Buddhism Style : Bayon King : Jayavarman VII ★ 1181 – 1218 ★ Location : Angkor Thom located just 1.7 km in the North of Angkor Wat, a gigantic unit that one cannot miss, would not be this that because of the gate of entry [...]
Royal Palace : The court which is Angkor Thom is the place where successive king lives. Lap as for the wall of the laterite which has the height of 5 meters east west 585 meters and north and south 246 meters. The two-storied gate east, several ponds, temple Phimeanakas for the king, several small-scale leaving behind structures remain to that.
Prasat Kravan : This temple is dedicated to the god Vishnu, this temple was built in 921 and restored there’re about forty year. Completely built in bricks of clay, it is famous by its numerous representations of the god Vishnu.
Prasat Bei : This whole of three small brick towers close to Baksei Chamkrong does not miss a charm, and the proximity of ditch of Angkor Thom gives him much freshness but the visitors in a hurry will not be delayed there.
Phnom Bakheng (Bakheng Hill) is an important event insofar as it marks the displacement of the Khmer capital of Roluos towards Angkor. Moreover, Phnom Bakheng is largely inspired by Bakhong in its architecture but using materials and more elaborate methods of construction.