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Preah Ang Thom

Preah Ang Thom (Khmer: ព្រះអង្គ ធំ) is an 8-meter tall statue of the reclining Buddha that strikes nirvana. The statue is carved into a huge sandstone rock. Preah Ang Thom is the sacred god and worshiper of Phnom Kulen. There are also two large Cham Pa trees (Khmer: ដើម ចំប៉ា) nearby. In addition to Preah Ang Thom, there is Chhok Ruot (Khmer: ឆ័ ត រួត), Preah Bat Choan Tuk (Khmer: បាតជើង ព្រះបាទ ជាន់ ទុក្ខ), Peung Chhok (Khmer: ពើង ឆ័ ត), Peung Ey So (Khmer: ពើង pe សូ) and Peung Ey Sey (Khmer: ពើង ឥសី).

Preah Ang Thom (Khmer: ព្រះអង្គ ធំ) is an 8-meter tall statue of the reclining Buddha that strikes nirvana. The statue is carved into a huge sandstone rock. Preah Ang Thom is the sacred god and worshiper of Phnom Kulen. There are also two large Cham Pa trees (Khmer: ដើម ចំប៉ា) nearby. In addition to Preah Ang Thom, there is Chhok Ruot (Khmer: ឆ័ ត រួត), Preah Bat Choan Tuk (Khmer: បាតជើង ព្រះបាទ ជាន់ ទុក្ខ), Peung Chhok (Khmer: ពើង ឆ័ ត), Peung Ey So (Khmer: ពើង pe សូ) and Peung Ey Sey (Khmer: ពើង ឥសី).

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