Bafang Temple is located about 200 meters (656 feet) northwest of Barong Temple, on the south side of Angkor's ancient palace. Enter and exit from the east. Tip: Since most of the temple buildings have collapsed, it is difficult to reach the top. If the staunch tourists have to climb the top, they can look forward to it through a passage on the East side, which has stone pillars and the ancient Angkor Palace on the left. Visitors should go straight along the corridor, climb the first stacked stone steps, turn left and circle the temple, so that the temple always appears on your right side. Bafang Temple was built in the middle of the 11th century (1060), by King Udayadiyah Bamo II, dedicated to Shibo (Hinduism), which belongs to the style of Bafang Temple.