Prasat Top (East)

Located within the walls of Angkor Thom, this site is one of the most important historical locations in the Angkor Archaeological Park, although it remains architecturally unimpressive. It consists of a small base of a tower that has crumbled to not much more than a doorway and a stone base. Constructed in the late 13th century by Jayavarman VIII, this temple was the final Brahmanic temple built in the Angkorian area, marking the end of an era. You could spend around 10 minutes here, and serves as a location of rest as opposed to photographic opportunity.

Prasat Top (East)

Date:

Late 13th century

Style:

Post-Bayon

Reign:

Jayavarman VIII

Religion:

Hinduism