Pulei Temple is completely a temple I accidentally discovered when I was visiting the Preah Sword Temple. It is not eye-catching, but it is very primitive, because there are very few people here, and it is not in a fully open state yet, but we You can go in and take a look at the scenery inside. Although they are all plain buildings, because of the small number of people here, you can see many interesting scenes, such as wildly growing trees, and relying on extras on the wall Tree of strength and continued survival
The Prey Temple is not famous for the Temple of the Sage Sword, but the architecture is beautiful too
Repairs are suspended over a few meters high hill at the northeast corner of the Temple, surrounded by woods and extremely rare visitors. The Temple was built between the end of the 12th century and the beginning of the 13th century, a Buddhist temple during the period of the zenyama vii. At present, there are still some east tower gate, Tibetan classic pavilion, central tower and a few enclosures, door sculpted relief and wall fairy, fake window carvings are still visible, belong to the style of Bayan.
It is similar to the name of the Queen's Palace (Banteay Srei), and also has the Banteay (fortress meaning), while Samre refers to a minority that originally lived in Phnom Kulen. It is said to belong to the Suryavarman II (AD 1113-1150) era. The Banteay Samre pedestal is a meter high, and originally built around the moat, like the Aral Sea around Mount Sumiti. Visitors are rare and the environment is very quiet. Inside the Banteay Samre, there are residual cloisters on both sides of the walkway. The corridors, which had wooden roofs, were no longer in existence.
The Temple of Prey is a small temple located in the north-east of the Temple of Shengjian, between the Temple and Longyan pool, surrounded by trees, there are few tourists. The central main temple is preserved, but the surrounding buildings have basically collapsed. The front view of the main temple is the top of the double-decker lotus, after the temple to watch double-decker lotus no longer exist. Doors and false windows around the carvings with various decorations and fairies, the door sill carved with Buddha are preserved. The ramshackle temple doors are supported by wooden frames. It is said that this was a Buddhist temple.
This is really off the beaten track and took some time to find. Forget about trying to find a road to it. The easyest thing to do is use google maps and stop on the national road then walk though some...