Not far from him is the Bayan Temple, the Bafang Temple and the battle elephant platform. Compared to the lively opposite, it is really off the beaten track. It is just a small road away. There was no arrangement for this place in the itinerary. But just sitting at the side stand for drinks. The driver recommended that there is a temple to look at, although it basically collapsed. It can hardly see the original appearance. And there is no meaning to repair it.
Among the friends of the wall, the temple is made up of Hinduism and Buddhism. Some have collapsed, others have collapsed in the top half, and there is a statue base and many tall trees, and some have been cut down.
There was a statue base in front of the temple, and there were many tall trees, some of which had been cut down, some of which had been put on the ground, and a very thick stump on the ground, which could imagine how tall it was.
Out of the forest, we went for a tour of the Preah Pithu Group opposite. Several temples are not big, all the same, scattered among the grass. To the south is a row of orange towers North and South Kleangs, many of which are put up shelf in repair. For these towers, LP has interesting stories. I'll just sell it first, hey hey.
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