Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm is a Bayon style jungle temple overgrown and intertwined by large trees, roots and rocks which makes it very visually pleasing. Ta Prohm was a Buddhist affiliated temple and was constructed in the mid 12th to early 12th century under King Jayavarman VII. Of

similar design to the temples of Preah Khan and Banteay Kdei, this complex is only partially cleared of jungle overgrowth. Intentionally left partially unrestored, massive fig and silk-cotton trees grow from the towers and corridors offering a ‘jungle atmosphere’ and some of the best photo opportunities at Angkor. Ta Prohm consists os a large plaze with intertwining corridors with many large engravings of Buddhist heads and symbols. It is highly recommended to visit here and is best to do so in the morning when less crowded, and you could spend 1-2 hours here.

Ta Prohm

Date:

Late 12th to early 13th century

Style:

Bayon

Reign:

Jayavarman VII

Religion:

Buddhism

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