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Preah Ko, Roluos
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  • as with the other Roluos group, it's only worthwhile if you've already seen the main Angkor Wat temples...we were on our way to Kampong Khleang so it ended up being a convenient stop along the way 
  • Hire a moto romauk to get to this place. Its a good 3-4 km outside Siem Reap on the road leading to Phnom Pehn. Because of the distance not much tourist drop by Preah Ko, this is in itself is another ...  more »
  • It took us about 45 min>1 hour to get here via tuk tuk. Worth visiting the surrounding temples whilst your there. This temple is small and you can walk the whole site within 10 minutes. We took advant...  more »
  • Meaning as "The Scared Ox", Prasat Preah Ko was build in 879 by the King Indravarman I for his ancestors such as King's parents, maternal grandparents, Jayavarman II and his wife in the town of Hariharalaya. Moreover, it was built to dedicate to Hindu God Shiva as well. Built at late 9 century , it the oldest temple among the group of Rolous Temple.
  • Just a small temple with an ancient crafted architecture
  • Not the best known but good to visit it outside South East of the Angkor main sites!
  • Another nice 3 tower temple with many additional buildings surrounding it. There's a long entrance through the remains of several outbuildings and the structure is surrounded by a wall.
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