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This small 10th Century Temple is quite easy for wheelchair users to view and get around. The front of the Temple is flat, has paving bricks leading to five areas that have 2 sets of 5 steps each, leading up into the Temple itself. However...More
This was a pleasant stop indeed after visiting much more crowded areas of Angkor. It won’t take you very long to examine the entire place thoroughly. It seems so beautiful when you are walking up to it and so symmetrical. There are carving to Vishnu...More
You needn't stay here long but we finished our day here and it was worth looking around. If pressed for time, and if you've already seen Angkor Wat, Bayon and Bateai Srey, you could skip it. But will you
ever be back here?
Not many people visit this site as it is very small amd some of the tuk-tuk drivers don"t want to go there.It is worth a look though,consisting of five towers on a single platform with the largest tower in the middle.the towers have some really...More
Prasat Kravan consists of 5 towers made of red brickstones standing in a line. Not spectacular from the outside the central tower contains a linga, the symbol of the power of creation of Shiva, and 2 exquisite stone carvings of Vishnu.
This is the last temple that I visited on my Angkor itinerary... as well as the smallest! It consists of 5 red-coloured mini towers standing in a row, with the middle one being the tallest of the five. The unique part of this temple is...More
It was also my most appreciated site. The sculptures of Vishnu and his consort and other carvings with in the interiors of two of the five towers are impeccable. I love the color of the brick used in these creations. As always they have a...More
The temple is oriented to the east and surrounded by a small moat. Its exterior is striking for its classical lines and symmetry. The central and the south tower have superstructures which take advantage of false perspective by simple means of diminishing tiers. The sanctuary’s...More