The moss on the temple gives the building a layer of green, which is very interesting and gorgeous. The exquisiteness of the relief is the same as that of the Queen's Palace. There is a record of the battle between an elephant and a crocodile. A tour guide changed it to say, but everyone was afraid that he would consume it and left immediately.
This is another temple off the beaten track. The Tomanon Temple is one of the two temples, the other is Chau Say Tevoda. This is a small Hindu temple. Fortunately, some carvings are still well preserved. We didn't stay here long and took some pictures. Tomanon Ruins is a small and exquisite Hindu temple with a simple structure. Tourists usually pass by directly and rarely stop and visit inside. If time permits, it is recommended to go to the Central Pagoda Temple and look for the Apsara fairy relief by the window. This relief is not only in excellent condition, but also very exquisite and three-dimensional, with high artistic value. Another important point for viewing is that scholars generally believe that Wat Tomanon is an unfinished temple. This can be seen from the half-completed carving on part of the wall of the site. As for why construction has stalled, there is no test.
Tammanon Temple THOMMANON Construction time: early twelfth century Wind Grid: Angkor temple-style ruler: Suyevarman I Visiting time: 30 minutes Special color: A small temple in the style of Angkor Temple, well preserved, Fascinating scenery ★ exquisite carvings, especially the statue of Goddess Tivada. Other sites of the same period: Angkor: Angkor Temple, Banteay Sema, Chow Sa, San Pidu (part) and other temples. Other places: Beng Meile Temple (40 kilometers to the east); Phi Mai and Phanom Lam Remains (country): Wat Phu Temple (most of them) (Laos). Best time to visit: from early morning to morning when there is sunshine; you can stop by and visit the Zhousa Temple on the opposite side.
Thommanon, one of the famous attractions of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. It has exactly the same architectural form as Zhousa Temple, and its location is relatively symmetrical. Although small, the basic structure is the same as that of Angkor Temple, which can be regarded as a miniature model. To