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Preah Ko was the first temple to be built in the ancient and now defunct city of Hariharalaya (in... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
Reak S
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Worth a look if your visiting Wat Bakong

Fairly small by comparison to other temples around, and the main structures (Still Remaining) are... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2017
Steven N
Auckland Region, New Zealand
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Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

Preah Ko was the first temple to be built in the ancient and now defunct city of Hariharalaya (in the area that today is called Roluos), some 15 kilometers south-east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia. The temple was built under the...More

Thank Reak S
Reviewed 3 June 2017

Fairly small by comparison to other temples around, and the main structures (Still Remaining) are made mainly of brick, its worth looking at if you are out that way, I wouldn't bother to make a special trip though.

Thank Steven N
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Not the biggest or the smallest but very detailed and well worth a visit. One of the three Roluos group temples. The preah ko temple is very detailed with many of the lintels and inscriptions in a good condition, the layout is easy to follow...More

Thank tim286
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Preah Ko means sacred bull. There is statue of Nandi the bull in the front.There are 6 reddish brick towers, 3 in the front and 3 in the back. It looks as though there are only 3 when looked from the front. It is slightly...More

Reviewed 14 April 2017

The temple is in sandstone and built by indravarman I. The intricate carvings and the gopuras are symmetrical. Recommended time is 30 mins.

2  Thank Shresthanjan N
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

What a beautiful little temple with 5-6 little towers out of stone that has taken all kinds of nice coulours. We were so lucky for getting there when not many visitors were around. We got amazing pictures out of this temple.

Thank Αχιλλέας Α
Reviewed 6 April 2017

Preah Ko was built in the late 9th century by Indravarman i as part of the Roluos group of temples.Its surrounding moat is rather large enough to suggest that it housed another significant building which the time has taken its toll.I found this temple to...More

Reviewed 5 April 2017

The lovely pink sandstone temples were undergoing a little renovation at the rear but it didn't spoil anything. There was a well preserved sacred bull statue looking towards the temple with 2 lions guarding each of the 3 temples.

Thank Brissy2
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Part of the Roluos Group, great stucco decoration and inscriptions. Just here is the wonderful Little Angels: 25 orphans of all ages led by Director Nhek, their education includes leather carving to give them a skill for the future. 20% of sales goes into private...More

1  Thank Veronica014
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Ideal place to visit if you are catching the sunrise at Bakong. I was literally the only person there most of the time and it was lovely to have this little temple to myself. Very attractive brick towers on grass, set against a background of...More

Thank j1954g
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