About Siem Reap

Prasat Kravann

(Photos by: Apsara National Authority) Prasat Kravan: The Distinctive Brick Temple of Angkor Prasat Kravan, a unique and often overlooked temple within the Angkor Archaeological Park, stands out for its distinctive construction and artistic charm. Built-in the 10th century during the reign of King Harshavarman I, this temple offers a different...

Preah Khan

PreahKhan: A Journey Through Ancient Hallways and Timeless History Preah Khan, meaning 'Sacred Sword,' is one of the most significant temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park. Built-in the 12th century by King Jayavarman VII, it served as a Buddhist monastery and school, making it an important cultural and religious center of its time. Spanning a...

Neak Pean

(Photos by: Apsara National Authority) Neak Pean: The Healing Waters of Angkor Neak Pean, an ancient temple of healing and tranquility, stands uniquely amidst the Angkor Archaeological Park. This small yet remarkable temple, built during the reign of King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century, is a symbolic representation of the mythical...

Ta Som

(Photo by: Apsara National Authority) Ta Som: A Hidden Gem in the Heart of Angkor's Ancient Wonders Nestled within the majestic Angkor Archaeological Park, Ta Som offers an enchanting journey back in time. This lesser-known yet profoundly captivating temple, built at the end of the 12th century by King Jayavarman VII, is a symbol of Cambodia's rich...

East Mebon

(Photos by: Apsara National Authority) East Mebon: A Monumental Temple of the Ancient Reservoir East Mebon, an architectural marvel of the 10th century, stands majestically in the heart of what was once the vast East Baray reservoir in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Built during the reign of King Rajendravarman in 952 AD, this temple was dedicated to the Hindu...

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