Banteay Samre, Strongly recommend temple like a palace

Banteay Samré, Route 66, Siem Reap, Cambodia
There are remnants of colonnades on both sides of the aisle.
This is a late period temple of architecture in Angkor.
The palace of the queen is adorned with exquisite reliefs.


Banteay Srei and Angkor Wat were built in the same period. Despite being looted multiple times, Banteay Srei has been extensively restored and remains in quite good condition. It consists of a central temple and four side shrines, along with a corridor and two libraries, with the well-preserved sections located in the south. All the structures are surrounded by two concentric walls, and unlike other ancient buildings, it also has an inner moat, although unfortunately, it has now dried up. Banteay Srei temple is located 400 meters east of the Eastern Baray, along the road to the Queen's Palace, in the village of Pradak.
Banteay Samré, Route 66, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Follow the road to the Queen's Palace to Preah Dak village and continue walking forward to reach your destination.