Preah Palilay is also translated into Saint Pauli Temple. In Angkor City, its location is relatively remote and easily overlooked. Maybe it's because it's in the woods, where the air is wet. The temple is small, like a ruin, with trees growing on it and few visitors, so it is quiet.
Behind the King's Platform, the middle passes through the north gate and the city wall of the Royal enclave. It is one of the most artistic temples in Angkor. It is about 200 meters north of the northern wall of the imperial enclosure. At first, there was a Buddha statue in the temple, but it did not know where to go long ago. Several huge ancient trees make the central temple stand out. This is a good place to take photos. It began to taste like a combination of trees and temples. It's been taken away now.
This temple is probably the least tourists. It's located in Tongwang City. It's rare that there are so few tourists. It's a good place to enjoy the cool at noon. I haven't seen any pictures here. For the first time, I have the privilege to see more details in my travel notes http://you.ctrip.com/travels/siemreap599/2295531.html.
Prabalinet Temple in Tongwang City, out of the palace to the right, through a long section of woods, you can see the ruins of this sandstone building, huge ancient trees almost will swallow up the buildings in the middle, forming a shocking Tree Pack Temple spectacle. Apart from the wall on the East side, there are still some remnants of the temple. Only the main tower in the center still stands tenaciously. It's really a ruin. I don't know when it collapsed completely.
The Tutu drivers at that time were not going to take us to Prabalini Monastery, but they went to Prabalini Monastery at our strong request. The temple was built with the help of other countries and was still being renovated when we went there. Many places were not open.