Little is known about Krol Romeas due to the small size and simple design. It is simply the remains of a wall which was onced used to house Elephants. (A big elephant pen so to speak) The building is a circular pen around 50-75m in diameter, and is now overgrown with many trees and vines, but even a simple imagination can imagine the elephants contained within. This temple is interesting as it is the only standing non-religious structure in the Angkor Archaeological Park. It is located just North of the Northern wall of Angkor Thom and is a notable site to visit if in the area. You could expect to spend 20 minutes here.