Constructed : Late 12th century
Religion : Mahayana Buddhism
Style : Bayon
King : Jayavarman VII ★ 1181 - 1218 ★
Location : Small Circuit. North of Ta Keo.
Comment : It is the Buddhism temple of the Bayon style which was made by Jayavarman VII in 12 centuries. The corridor was size of initial east west 35 meters and north and south 26 meters, but it was expanded afterwards by Rajendravarman II, reached size of east west 55 meters and north and south 47 meters.
The corridor was surrounded being lap the wall of the laterite, but this lap wall almost has disappeared. Lap septentrional and south side of the wall it can recognize the trace of the moat. The ruins itself being small-scale, the part which falls it is many. The stones have laid scattered, it is the atmosphere which becomes rough. The scripture house is just one inside the corridor.