Angkor Temples List

Temples of the Angkor Archaeological Park and Siem Reap Province

The following temple ruins are located in Siem Reap Province, most within the boundaries of the Angkor Archaeological Park near Siem Reap City. The temple sites with the Angkor Archaeological Park represent the ruins of the ancient Angkorian capital cities of the Khmer Empire (9th-13th century AD) and include the most famous Khmer temples including Angkor Wat and Bayon. In the list below click on the temple name for more information and photos. To see full details of temples click on name of temple below image.

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Angkor Thom click-button-arrow-red-55  

Capital city of the Khmer empire built at the end of the 12th century
Name: Angkor Thom
Date: Late 12th century King Jayavarman VII
Location: North of Angkor Wat, between West Baray and East Baray
Nearby: Angkor Wat, Preah Khan, Phnom Bakheng

Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat click-button-arrow-red-55

Biggest Hindu temple built at the height of Khmer skills
Name: Angkor Wat, Prasat Angkor Wat
Date: First half of the 12th century King Suryavarman II
Location: Just South of Angkor Thom
Nearby: Phnom Bakheng

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Bayon click-button-arrow-red-55

Temple of the mysterious stone face towers
Name: Bayon, Prasat Bayon
Date: Late 12th, early 13th century King Jayavarman VII
Location: In the center of Angkor Thom
Nearby: Royal Palace, Phimeanakas, Baphuon

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Baphuon click-button-arrow-red-55

Khmer temple converted into Buddhist temple in the 15th century
Name: Baphuon
Date: Mid 11th century King Udayadityavarman II
Location: Near the center of Angkor Thom
Nearby: Prasat Bayon, Phimeanakas

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Baksei Chamkrong click-button-arrow-red-55

Very steep 10th century pyramidal temple with a single prasat
Name: Baksei Chamkrong
Date: Early 10th century King Harshavarman I
Location: Between Angkor Thom South gate and Phnom Bakheng
Nearby: Prasat Bei, Phnom Bakheng

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Banteay Srei click-button-arrow-red-55

Name: Banteay Srei, Banteay Srey, the citadel of women
Date: 967 King Yajnavaraha, a Brahmin priest of King Rajendravarman II
Location: Along route 67, about 20 kilometers North of the East Mebon

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Banteay Samre click-button-arrow-red-55

A temple containing both Hindu and Buddhist depictions
Name: Banteay Samre
Date: Mid 12th century King Suryavarman II
Location: Just outside the South East corner of East baray on route 810

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Beng Mealea click-button-arrow-red-55

Large, unrestored temple surrounded by jungle
Name: Beng Mealea, Prasat Beng Mealea, Beng Melea
Date: First half of the 12th century King Suryavarman II
Location: East of Siem Reap on Highway 64 to Phnom Kulen National Park, about 70 kilometers from Siem Reap

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East Mebon click-button-arrow-red-55

Mountain temple in the center of the East baray
Name: East Mebon
Date: 952 King Rajendravarman II
Location: In the center of the East baray, East of Angkor Thom
Nearby: Prasat Pre Rup

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Kbal Spean click-button-arrow-red-55

Name: Kbal Spean
Date: 11th century King Udayadityavarman II
Location: West of Route 67 in Phnom Kulen National Park, about 50 kilometers North East of Siem Reap

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Prasat Suor Prat click-button-arrow-red-55

Row of 12 towers opposite the Elephants terrace
Name: Prasat Suor Prat
Date: End of the 12th century King Jayavarman VII
Location: East of the Royal terraces
Nearby: Royal Palace, Phimeanakas, the Khleangs

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Neak Pean click-button-arrow-red-55

Name: Neak Pean
Date: Second half of the 12th century King Jayavarman VII
Location: In the center of the Jayatataka baray, East of Preah Khan
Nearby: Preah Khan, Krol Ko

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Phimeanakas click-button-arrow-red-55

Small 3 stepped pyramid temple in the Royal Palace grounds
Name: Phimeanakas
Date: Between 950 and 1050 King Rajendravarman II or Suryavarman I
Location: North West of the Bayon in the city of Angkor Thom
Nearby: Baphuon, Bayon, Royal Palace

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Prasat Bei click-button-arrow-red-55

Early 10th century Hindu temple comprising of 3 brick sanctuaries
Name: Prasat Bei
Date: Early 10th century King Yasovarman I
Location: Just South of the moat around Angkor Thom, 300 meters West of the South gate
Nearby: Baksei Chamkrong, Angkor Wat, Phnom Bakheng, Angkor Thom

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Prasat Kravan click-button-arrow-red-55

10th century Hindu temple with bas reliefs sculpted in brickwork
Name: Prasat Kravan
Date: 921 King Built by a high ranking priest during the reign of King Harshavarman I
Location: South of Banteay Kdei and the Srah Srang baray
Nearby: Banteay Kdei, Prasat Bat Chum, Srah Srang baray

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Pre Rup click-button-arrow-red-55

3 Tiered pyramid temple dedicated to Shiva
Name: Pre Rup
Date: 961 King Rajendravarman II
Location: South of the East baray, About 6 kilometers East of Angkor Thom
Nearby: East Mebon

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Royal Palace click-button-arrow-red-55

Jayavarman VII’s Palace in the capital city Angkor Thom
Name: Royal Palace
Date: Late 12th century – early 13th century King Jayavarman VII
Location: Near the center of Angkor Thom
Nearby:Bayon, Baphuon

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Terrace of the Elephants click-button-arrow-red-55

Royal Terraces facing the parade grounds
Name: Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of the Leper King
Date: late 12th century King Jayavarman VII
Location: Eastern boundary of Royal Palace grounds
Nearby: Royal Palace, Bayon, Baphuon

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