Thommanon Temple is located about 70 meters north of Shengli Gate of Tongwang City. In the middle of the east gate of Tongwang City and Chajiao Temple, it is opposite to the temple of Zhou Sa. Its architectural form is exactly the same and its location is relatively symmetrical. However, the road of Shengli was built later, so the two temples were not specially built on either side of the road. The basic structure of the temple is the same as that of Angkor Wat, but its size is much smaller than that of Angkor Wat. In addition, the walls around the temple have disappeared. Generally speaking, the temple is a miniature model of Angkor Wat.
The Rito Manon temple in Angkor Wat is also a famous scenic spot. It is a small temple maintained in France. It is separated from the temple of Zhou Sa on both sides of the road. It is small and delicate, with many exquisite sculptures. Now there are few remaining parts, but it is good to take pictures.
It is exactly the same as the architectural form of the temple of Zhou Sa, and its location is relatively symmetrical. Although very small, the basic structure of Angkor Monastery is the same as that of Angkor Monastery, which can be regarded as a miniature model. The walls around them have disappeared, but the temple itself is carefully carved, with the shadow of the Bandith Lay Palace (Queen's Palace), where the goddess Rivata is very charming. There are very few people here. When the sun goes down, the trees are shadowing, which should be good. It's almost the same as the other temple in Zhousa, but the restoration is more satisfactory.
After visiting the temple of Zhou Sa, I found another small temple opposite, so I came here. This temple is called Tomanon Temple, and its architectural form is similar to that of Zhou Sa Temple. This delicate and small Indian temple is dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu. The Temple of Tomanon was built at the same time as Angkor Temple. If time is tight, you may choose one of them to visit here and the temple of Zhou Sa.
The Temple of Zhou Sa and the temple of Tomayi stand on the roadside like a pair of sisters, but it is not clear why these two buildings were built. Only in the late nineteenth century, when the French officer Dick in Cambodia discovered the building, he learned from the local population that the temple was dedicated to the God of Zhou Sa, so the French named it the temple of Zhou Sa.
On the opposite side of Chousa Temple, it is very small. It is not particularly famous for other sites in Angkor. Many people have passed through it directly. But here is a superb and exquisite building. It is repaired in France. It has almost no traces of restoration. The line feet are clear and the whole is emerald green.