On the outskirts of Phnom Penh, this place is an Angkor-style temple. It is the same as the system in Angkor. They are all broken walls. If you have been to Angkor, in fact, you can ignore it. After all, it is almost the same.
The temple is built on a hill, about 60 kilometers from downtown Phnom Penh, close to the more difficult border. It is visible to the naked eye. Because of the wind and the sun, lack of maintenance, the temple looks older. Not as new as the temple in the city, but that is where the temple charm lies.
The scenery of the temple is beautiful. There are many plants on the top of the mountain here. They are not developed. The temple here has a history of many years. The wind on the mountain is quite big.
Visited here and saw various temples in Cambodia, the terrain is high and the architecture is old, but that's why it's so different