Srah Srang

Srah Srang is a Bhuddist temple constructed in the mid 10th to late 12th century by the king Jayavarman VII. Srah Srang is constructed in Bayon style and is located along the Eastern edge of the Angkor Archaeological Park. This temple site consists of a picturesque baray

opposite the temple site of Banteay Kdei, and was constructed by the same architect that designed Pre Rup. Srah Srang is a muli-tiered landing platform on the edge of the baray and is adorned with carvings and guardian lions. When the water is low a temple can be seen in the middle of the lake. The best light here for photography is in the morning hours, and you can expect to spend 10-15 minutes here.

Srah Srang

Date:

Mid 10th to late 12th century

Style:

Bayon

Reign:

Jayavarman VII

Religion:

Buddhism

Visit Srah Srang

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