The preservation of this temple is still very good. A particularly magical and solemn ancient temple. An Hindu temple in the jungle. There are basically square buildings inside. A few are octagonal brick towers. I suggest you go there and take a look.
Yesterday, I rode more than 90 kilometers and lived in Kompong Thom province for two days. It is for the ancient ruins of Sanbopolei, an ancient capital that is older than Angkor. This morning, there were three Chinese diaosi and one Dutch diaosi in the entire scenic spot. We happily invited a local guide together. The tour guide was unsightly but spoke good English. It turned out that he was sent by the government to Japan for short-term training in tourist attractions. Manage related projects. With the help of him and Wikipedia, I finally figured out some basic doctrines of Hinduism that had been confused before. Tickets for Angkor are now $62 for three days. Here you can take a three-sale charter. You have to shoot a Tomb Raider of your own.
There are not many tourists, it is very quiet, it is a good place to learn about the era of the former five brothers
Sambor Preikuk is a historical site from the pre-Angkor period. The entire complex is divided into three parts, including Prasat Sambor in the north, Prasat Tao in the middle, and Prasat Yeai Poen in the south.
The octagonal pagoda is one of the features here, and there is also an invincible "tree-packed pagoda".
The heads carved on the ruins know that they are foreigners at first glance, but I can't interpret them without more information.
In 1992, Sambor Preikuk was included in the reserve list of World Heritage Sites, which is worth seeing.
Welcome to Sambor Preikuk! Prasat Tao
Only this pagoda temple is left
Very nice place, I like it very much and have a great time. Very comfortable.