Angkor Tanei Temple is a flat-earth temple, located in the jungle and giant trees, so that initially archaeologists did not find it, although small, but very spiritual, temple outside by moss and tentacle-like roots covered.
The tour guide Lekh took us by the path into this unrenovated temple, if you are not familiar with the path, it is difficult to find here. Because tourists seldom come here, and the time is close to noon, we were the only ones who came here to visit. It felt great. This temple is located to the east of the Bayon Temple. It is an inconspicuous small temple. And they are very old and unmaintained. But this is more primitive, and more like when it was first discovered.
There are very few tourists here, and it is not a well-known attraction. The local guide will take it to see it. You can carefully look at the murals here, the stone carvings are quite vivid.
One of those temples that don't get visited as much on the temple circuit, but is still worth the time and walk to get there.
The area of Takanesi is not very large. Most of the outside of the small temple is moss and roots like tentacles. He, there is a path that leads directly to the depths of the jungle. Large-scale transportation is inconvenient, so you can only choose walking or bicycle. Those who like adventure can go for a walk.