Pre RUP (Pre RUP) is the ancient royal cremation into a god's temple, also known as the transformation tower. Higher, we arrived here at 4:30 p.m., that is, we have to wait for more than two hours, so we climbed up one layer at a leisurely level, really almost climbed, because the steps are very steep. Enjoy the overlooking scenery as you walk. Then, according to the introduction in the book, find statues, sit on the steps and read books, continue to mend cultural knowledge. Ha-ha, the sunset is a little slow, even the stones here are hot. You can see the burnt traces. The ceremonies held here thousands of years ago must have been crowded with high-ranking officials who could not enter freely. It is a typical Tashan building with brick towers on its base. Its structure is very similar to the Tasong Temple (TA SOM). Because it belongs to the red brick structure, there is warm red under the sunset shine!! ___________
The large-scale temple is very interesting. Steps are shaking, in the hot sun and play so many scenic spots under the circumstances of physical test, or climb high to see a large area of Angkor Forest vision is great! Miscellaneous buildings, or ruined or exquisite, provide a lot of good places to take pictures!
Beige Temple, also known as the Transformational Tower, is the cremation site after the death of the King of Angkor. It is called the Transformational Tower because it contains the idea of transforming the King into a god. The whole building is divided into three floors, on which there are square pools and cremation platforms to clean the body of the deceased, and in the center there are five tall towers. The lion-shaped stone sculptures inside the converted tower crouched, facing the entrance, as if they were guarding the place.
When we arrived at Bige Monastery, the sun in the morning illuminated the ruined tower body, which was very photographic. Most sunset-watchers go to Mount Bacon. Bige Temple is a pyramidal building, similar in structure to Dongmeiben Temple, but much larger than Dongmeiben Temple.
It is a pyramidal building with steep steps up the central hall. It is said that the Bige Temple was the Royal crematorium at that time, also known as the metamorphosis pagoda. It's also one of the best places to watch sunset (too many people in Mount Bacon usually can't).
Bige Temple, also known as the transformation temple, places the expectation of mortals that they hope to ascend to heaven. The temple has a steep staircase, which requires both hands and feet to go up. Especially, if you have a large SLR on your chest, you can easily hit a stone or have a light head and feet, climb to the top of the temple, and the view is very comfortable.
The Bige Temple, also known as the "Transformed Tower", is located outside the King's City, east of the Royal Bath Pool and about 1.5 kilometers south of the East Meiben Temple. It was built by Rajendra varman II in 961 or 962 A.D. It was built almost at the same time as Dongmeiben, but it was larger than Dongmeiben. In fact, the Bige Temple was originally built as the national Temple by Rajandra Bama II in his later years. However, because Rajendra Bamaha II began to build the Bige Temple in 961, and he died in 968, Rajendra Bamaha II himself did not see the completion of the tower. On the contrary, the Bige Temple became the site of the cremation of Rajandra Bama II. Later, it gradually became the place where the Zhenla royal family held cremation ceremonies. To this day, we can still see the burning marks left on the buildings.
The architectural form of Bige Temple is a typical Tashan building. As the name implies, the layout of this architectural form is to build brick towers on the base or to build a very image of fried chicken high steps, which make people feet soft. The platform on each floor is guarded by lions. Standing on a high platform, looking down at the ruins and plains in the distance, I was afraid of the imperial class at that time.
Pre Rup, also known as the Transformed Tower, is a great building left by Kendra Bama. The great monarch built the Bige Temple and the Banteay Srei in his later years. Just as the Queen's Palace is not for the Queen or the Princess to live in, the converted tower is not a place that can be transformed into a God or a devil, but a main temple built by Chandra Bama for herself. However, the monarch himself did not see the completion of the pagoda because the construction of the Bige Temple began in 961 AD and he collapsed in 968. On the contrary, there is a saying that the Bige Temple became the place where the monarch cremated. Bige Temple is likely to have had cremation ceremonies for Kendra Bama. Secondly, we should talk about the structure of Bige Temple. Most of Angkor temples before 1000 A.D. were brick walls and mostly red bricks. This red color is so hot in the sun that people have to believe that it used to be the monarch's crematorium. On the North side, the south-west wall has four-headed and four-armed Boromi.