There is a base of a statue in front of the temple, and there are many tall trees, some have been felled, pieces of wood are placed on the ground, and there is a very thick stump on the ground. You can imagine how tall it was at that time.
Not far from him is the Bayon Temple, the Bayon Temple and the Elephant Platform. Compared to the bustle on the opposite side, this place is really off the beaten track. It's just separated by a small road. This place was not originally arranged in the itinerary. But it happened to be sitting at the stall next to drinking. The driver recommends that there is a temple to see, although basically all of them collapsed. The original appearance is almost invisible. And there is no intention to repair it.
This group of temples is among the friends in the wall and is composed of Hinduism and Buddhism. Some temples are about to collapse, some tops have collapsed in half, the temples have a statue base and many tall trees, and some have been cut down.
Out of the forest, we went to the Preah Pithu Group opposite to visit together. The temples are not big, they are all similar, scattered among the grass. To the south is a row of orange towers North and South Kleangs, many of which are erected and repaired. For these towers, LP has very interesting stories. I'll sell it first, hehe.
Friends who like history and culture can come and see