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Yes, the temple is very small and under renovation but we were very happy that we made it to here. We visited Lolei as part of tour to the temples in this area. As soon as you leave the overcrowded 'famous' Ankor temples behind you,...More
The last temple to be built in the ancient Khmer capital of Hariharalaya, the temple is dedicated to the King's ancestors and the Hindu god Shiva. It consists of four towers on a platform. The four towers represent the King's grandparents and parents.
There is no much to see... the existing few towers are damaged and under renovation. But in the complex there is active Buddhist Center and the paintings, statues are nice to see. But challenge is the wordings are in Khmer language and unable to understand.
It consists of four brick temple towers grouped together on a terrace. The king built it for his ancestors; one for his grandfather, one for his grandmother, one for his father, and one for his mother. The front two towers are for the males while...More
It is the most distant and the smallest of the 3 most relevant roluos group temples. It is covered in scaffolding and has been under restoration for several years. The temple looks neglected. The false doors have some nice bas reliefs. We arrived to this...More
I would give this temple a miss for the time being. It is undergoing major renovation work and is almost completely cover in bamboo scaffolding and netting.
Consequently you can only get glimpse of the very fine lintels the dvarapalas or guardian ladies
Built in 893AD by King Yasovarman I to honor his ancestors, this is the northernmost of the Roluos Group temples. Originally, it was built on an island in the baray (reservoir) constructed by his father, Indravarman I, who built Preah Ko 14years earlier. The 4...More
Although this is a small temple, there are still some fine detailed carvings to see, and the layout makes it easy to walk through If seen as part of the Roluos group of three temples, it makes a good morning. out and worth the tuk...More