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Again another temple not so crowded,it takes a square form of several terraces but nowhere as steep as Pre Rup,The lower level is set out as gardens but with rows of pillars and old door frames I presume from buildings that stood there previously,the second...More
We were virtually the only people here as we did the grand circuit backwards (start at Pre Rup). I actually preferred this to Pre Rup - grander, more beautiful and the carvings were amazing. The elephants are cool, too!
These smaller temples were built with bricks that give the building a red tone, you do have to climb some stairs to explore. This structure is a square. Surrounded by gardens and in a mid level you can admire an elephant sculpture in the corners,...More
More run down as far older than the Angkor wat temple complex but still the original or restored structure is intact. Far less tourists than the more famous places. Elephant structures are preserved or restored. Has small tower for performing yagna and homa. One can...More
The sculpture at the East Mebon is a little bit different compared to the other temples as it included two-meter-high free-standing stone elephants at corners of the first and second tiers. Restoration is ongoing for some parts of the temple including one of the elephants....More
since this one is far older than the angkor wat temple complex, the temple is more run down. but still the original or restored sturcture is intact. some of the carvings still can be seen.
far less tourists than the more famous places. i would...More
I liked it... something different when compared to other temples in Khmer
* Elephant structures are preserved or restored and not like damaged elephant structure at Bakon
* Only temple in Khmer i had seen a small tower for performing yagna and homa... still being...More