Temple complex Angkor - Srah Srang (Srah Srang)

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Sra Srang

Srah Srang is an artificial pond that served as a bathhouse for King Jayavarman VII (Jayavarman VII) and his family, was created in the middle of the X – end of the XII centuries. Its dimensions are impressive and are about 750 m by 350 m. It is located to the east of the temple Banteay Kdei, and it is worth combining his visit with a tour of the latter. After passing through the eastern gate of Banteay Kdey, the road will lead directly to the stairs leading to the pool platform, framed by naga figures, with three descents to the water (See Srang Srang on the map of Angkor). The view from here is quite picturesque, so those who wish can meet the dawn here. According to some reports, during the dry season, you can even see the remains of a small temple in the center of the pool.

It is worth allocating up to 15 minutes to inspect the Sra Srang pool. The best time to take pictures is earlier in the morning.

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