Krol Ko

Krol Ko is a small Buddhist temple surrounded by two laterite walls constructed during the late 12th century by the late Jayavarman VII. Many carvings are still visible on the outside walls of the temple which draws some photographers, but this site remains largely unvisited due to the small size compared to the rest of the ruins in

the Angkor Archaeological Park. It is located North East of the walls of Angkor Thom and is often combined with a visit to Neak Pean due to the size and location. It offers a peaceful respite for tourists who have visited more of the populated ruins in the region, and you can expect to spend around 10 minutes here.
Krol Ko

Date:

Late 12th century to early 13th centuries

Style:

Bayon

Reign:

Jayavarman VII

Religion:

Buddhism