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Prasat Leak Neang

Prasat Leak Neang (Khmer's "Tower of the Hidden Virgin") is a small, 200 m east of Pre Rup, lying Prasat in Angkor. According to an inscription, the building dates from 960 and was built under Rajendravarman II. The square base has a length of 4.5 m. [1] As the only jewels are shown riding on the lintel above the eastern entrance to Indra in Airavata. A series of prayer figures are incorporated into it. In the other directions, Prasat Leak Neang has pseudo portals. With the exception of the octagonal pillars and pediment, the eastern portal, made of sandstone, is made of bricks.

Prasat Leak Neang (Khmer's "Tower of the Hidden Virgin") is a small, 200 m east of Pre Rup, lying Prasat in Angkor. According to an inscription, the building dates from 960 and was built under Rajendravarman II. The square base has a length of 4.5 m. [1] As the only jewels are shown riding on the lintel above the eastern entrance to Indra in Airavata. A series of prayer figures are incorporated into it. In the other directions, Prasat Leak Neang has pseudo portals. With the exception of the octagonal pillars and pediment, the eastern portal, made of sandstone, is made of bricks.

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Prasat Chrung

Prasat Chrung

Prasat Chrung (Khmer: ប្រាសាទ ជ្រុង) are temples that are located in every corner of Angkor Thom, in the landfill that comes almost to the top of the walls, is a small temple ...

Prasat Neang Khmau

Prasat Neang Khmau

Neang Khmau means the "Black Lady" in Khmer, probably referring to the fire-marked surface of the tower. Like many of the sanctuaries of Koh Ker, the temple was dedicated to ...

Kampong Khleang Floating Village

Kampong Khleang Floating Village

Kampong Khleang is a village in Cambodia, situated on Tonle Sap Lake. Most of the community lives in stilt houses. This creates a unique feeling. Kampong Khleang is a must visit during your trip to ...

Cambodia Landmine Museum

Cambodia Landmine Museum

The Land Mine Museum is run by Aki Ra, a former child soldier and layer of Khmer Rouge land mines. He began by transforming the garden of his house into a museum of mines and other ammunition. The ...

Prasat Aur Pha On

Prasat Aur Pha On

The Orpong temple is one of the other temples in the Kulen mountains, such as Prasith Damrey Krab, Tzu Chi Chinese, etc., built on the throne of Jayavarman II. The temples are mostly built of ...

Prasat Wat Athvea

Prasat Wat Athvea

Wat Althea, also called Prasat Vat Althea, is a 12th century Hindu temple in Angkor, Cambodia, with an active Buddhist temple and burial ground, located next to the ancient walled structure. It is ...

Khleangs(North Khleang and South Khleang)

Khleangs(North Khleang and South Khleang)

The Khleangs are two buildings of unknown purpose on the east side of Royal Square in Angkor Thom, Cambodia, located just behind the twelve towers of Prasat Suor Prat and separated by the royal route ...

Banteay Chhmar

Banteay Chhmar

Banteay Chhmar (Khmer: បន្ទាយឆ្មារ) is a commune (khum) in the district of Thma Puok in the province of Banteay Meanchey in northwestern Cambodia. It is located 63 km north of ...

Koh Ker

Koh Ker

Koh Ker (Khmer: ប្រាសាទ កោះ កេ រ្ដិ៍) is a remote archaeological site in northern Cambodia, about 120 kilometers (75 mi) away from Siem Reap and the ancient site of ...

War Museum

War Museum

The only selling point here is that the museum encourages visitors to handle the old weapons, from an AK-47 to a rocket launcher. We're not sure what health and safety is, but it's a good choice for ...

Pre Rup Temple

Pre Rup Temple

Pre Rup (Khmer: ប្រាសាទប្រែរូប) is a Hindu temple in Angkor, Cambodia, built as the state temple of King Khmer Rajendravarman [1]: 116 [2]: 73-74 [3]: 361-364 and ...

Kampong Phluk floating village

Kampong Phluk floating village

Kampong Phluk is a set of three villages of slaughter houses built within the floodplain about 16 km southeast of Siem Reap. The villages are mainly Khmer and has about 3000 inhabitants among them. ...

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