Although small, the temple is essentially a miniature model, like the Angkor Temple, known for its fine faery statues on the walls. The temple has been restored better.
It is also a untouched temple. The Tomatsu temple is one of two, and the other is Chau Say Tevoda. It is a small Hindu temple. Fortunately, some of the sculptures are still in good condition. We didn't stay here long enough to take some pictures.
Absolutely exquisite temple ruins, a little damp, with green moss on it, inside can be drilled in, ceilings and murals show some battle scenes. The building is exquisitely similar to the Royal Palace.
Located across the road from Chau Say Tevoda temple, this 12th century temple was built in honour of the Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu and is full of wonderful carvings.
When you visit here, you will be numb to many temples, because it is located in the middle of the Angkor Wat circle. But don't be fooled by your fatigue, because although these temples are not so attractive in appearance, the carving art inside is still worth seeing. Especially a few portraits of apsara, really not worse than those in Little Angkor. Also, because there are relatively few visitors here, most of them just take a look at the door. We can enjoy the tranquility. During the enjoyment, we accidentally found two trees. If you look closely, the colors are still different. .