Prasat Bei

Prasat Bei is a Hindu temple constructed in the Bahkeng style by Yasovarman I during the 10th century. Prasat Bei consists of three brick towers just South of the Angkor Thom walls, with the central tower rising above the outer two. Construction was never finished on

Prasat Bei, although some carvings are still visible on the exterior. These carvings are best viewed in the morning light, so it's recommended to make this stop earlier in the day. Not much is known about this site due to it's incompletion and small size, but you can still expect to spend about 10 minutes here observing the carvings which shows Indra, a Hindu diety who is picture atop an elephant.

Prasat Bei

Date:

10th century

Style:

Bakheng

Reign:

Yasovarman I

Religion:

Hinduism