Banteay Samre

Bantay Samre was patroned by Suryavarman II in the style of Angkor Wat, about 5km East of East Mebon. Samre is a relatively flat Hindu temple constructed in the mid 12th century, around the same time as Angkor Wat and is an excellent location to visit within the AAP.

Banteay Samre is a rectangular shaped temple, resembling a small building with a larger pyramid-like tower in the centre. There is very minimal vegetation in the area which makes it suitable to visit any time of the day, and can hold your interest for 30-60 minutes. Like the other Banteay ruins, Samre was constructed with sandstone which has left it in poor condition, but some of the sandstone carvings and trimmings are still very visible.

Banteay Samre

Date:

Mid 12th century

Style:

Angkor Wat

Reign:

Suryavarman II

Religion:

Hinduism

Visit Banteay Samre

$299

/each
3 Days

Adventure Tour

Explore Angkor from top to bottom.

$299

/each
3 Days

Time Traveler Tour

Travel throughout the Angkor history.

$299

/each
1 Day

Explorer Tour 1

Explore the Northern temples.