Kutisvara

This temple is one of the earliest ruins from the Angkor Archaeological Park, dating back to the early 9th century. This site was patroned by Jayavarman II as a Hindu temple consisting of three brick towers that are severely deteriorated. There are few carvings that are still visible, although it still remains are staple attraction for tourists to the AAP.

It is located just East of the Eastern wall of Angkor Thom, and you can expect to spend around 15 minutes here. The central tower displays Preah Ko style, where as the outer two toweres are in Pre Rup style. It is recommended to visit Kutisvara paired with a visit to Banteay Kdei.

Kutisvara

Date:

Early 9th century to mid 10th century

Style:

Preah Ko

Reign:

Jayavarman II

Religion:

Hinduism