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Lolei
Ranked #102 of 184 things to do in Siem Reap
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Reviewed May 20, 2012

This was one of my favourite groupe of temples the temples were built close together

Our guide told us that the King had built Lolei for his ancestors one for his Grandmother one for his Grandfather and one each for his own Mother and Father the front two for the male members of the family and those at the rear for the female members

What I loved about these buildings was the intricate carvings on the walls they were still clearly visible it was only a small area to visit compared to other temples we had visited on this trip but well worth the time

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Reviewed December 13, 2011

The point of attraction for tourists will actually shift to the functioning monastery buildings around the ruins. Little monks playing, older monks praying, new buddhist temple structures and the monks' living quarters. The ruins themselves are 4 towers (2 each for each gender).

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Reviewed September 29, 2011

This was kind of an interesting piece to look at it, and it's really old! One of the oldest in Angkor as far as I know. It was built in around 893 and consists of four towers. This is one of the three temples in the Roluos group. The carvings are still very visible and some of them have been restored. Amazing for how old this site is. Visited here in the afternoon, no one there. Definitely worth a visit and usually included in tours of three or more days. You won't need very long here depending on your interest, 10-30 minutes probably.

You can enter this temple with your Angkor Park pass.

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