Thma Bay Kaek

Thma Bay Kaek is the remains of a brick prasat, consisting of only the door-frame, lintel and a bit of the front terrace. Thma Bay Kaek was constructed during the 10th century under the rule of King Yasovarman I in Bahkeng style architecture, and was under Hindu affiliation. During the simplicity of this small site, you could only spend around 5-10 minutes here, and offers not many photo opportnities, although if travelling to Prasat Bei or Chamkrong it is easily incorporated.

Thma Bay Kaek

Date:

10th century

Style:

Bakheng

Reign:

Yasovarman I

Religion:

Hinduism