Phnom Krom

Phnom Krom is a large 140m high hill, just 15km South of Siem Reap city. On top lies Phnom Krom temple which served as a Hindu shrine dedicated to Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva. It was constructed at the end of the 9th century by King Yasovarman I in typical Bahkeng style,

and is enclosed by a wall of laterite blocks. The temple consists of three towers, or prasats, which still have visible engravings which makes it a fascinating stop for tourists in the AAP.

Phnom Krom

Date:

Late 9th to early 10th centuries

Style:

Bakheng

Reign:

Yasovarman I

Religion:

Hinduism

Visit Phnom Krom

$299

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1 Day

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