Chao Say Tevoda

Chao Say Tevoda is a Hindu temple constructed in the early 12th century by Suryavarman II in typical Angkor Wat Khmer style. This temple boasts many carvings of Hindu and Buddhist origins, and is located just East of the Eastern wall of Angkor Thom. The temple was

largely restored in the early 2000's but it is still largely deteriorated. Chao Say Tevoda boasts a large entrance hall and four large towers, or 'gopuras' and the entrance to the Hall is through a raised bridge on the Eastern side. It also boasts many flower carvings which attracts a lot of photographers, although the surrounding vegetation makes lighting difficult, so it's recommended to visit during the middle of the day. You can expect to spend about 20 minutes here, and is a must-stop for anybody visiting the ancient city of Angkor Thom.

Chao Say Tevoda

Date:

Mid 12th century

Style:

Angkor Wat

Reign:

Suryavarman II

Religion:

Hinduism

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