Banteay Kdei

Banteay Kdei is a Buddhist temple built in Bayon style, (classic Khmer architectural style) in the Angkor Archeaological Park in Angkor Cambodia. It was built in the late 12th, to early 13th century by Jayavarman VII and is one of the more deteriorated of the Angkor temples, largely due to the fact it was constructed with sandstone as opposed to brick which alot of the latter temples were made out of. Banteay Kdei served as a Buddhist monastery, and is located just East of the walls of Angkor Thom. You can visit these ruins at any time given you have an Angkor Park pass, as there is no great disadvantage to the morning or evening sun, and can expect to spend between 15-60 minutes here. The ruins are largely surrounded by vegetation, and sandstone fragments can be seen all around the vacinity of Banteay Kdei.
Banteay Kdei

Date:

Late 12th century

Style:

Bayon

Reign:

Jayavarman VII

Religion:

Buddhism

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