Lolei

Lolei is a Hindu island-temple located in the far South-East corner of the Angkor Archaeological Park, part of the Roluos Group of temples in the area. It was constructed by Yasovarman I during the late 9th century and served as a place of worship. This temple consists of four brick

towers on a double laterite platform, and is still fairly detailed in regards to the visibility of the carvings on the exterior considering the poor condition overall. Lolei was the last major temple built at Roluos before Yasovarman I moved the capital to the Angkor area. You can expect to spend around 30 minutes here as there's alot of carvings and inscriptions to observe, and with minimal vegetation surrounding the site you can attend at any time of the day.

Lolei

Date:

893

Style:

Preah Ko

Reign:

Yasovarman I

Religion:

Hinduism

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