Srah Srang, Siem Reap
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Experience the view of a sunrise reflecting on Srah Srang. The reservoir stretches over an area of 350 m by 700 m (1,148 ft by 2,296 ft), but water floods only a part of it. See the legacy of the Buddhist minister Kavindrarimathana that dates back to the 10th century, noting the architecture of the place, with stone serpent heads and garudas with unfurled wings. As you approach the water on the steps guarded by two stone lions, soak up the ancient atmosphere of the baray. Srah Srang is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Siem Reap Edition.
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On the way to Ta Prohm, stopped by Srah Srang. Srah Srang used to be a recrangular Royal Bath. Today it's a Baray or Reservoir. A quiet beautiful place to enjoy some peace. The lake just mirrored the ... read more »
皇家浴池是位於吳哥的一座人工湖, 早上前往看日出, 可惜還是天公不造美, 太陽被厚雲所遮蔽著, 有點失望, 早上清新的空氣, 寧靜的環境, 令人口曠神怡.
Se trata de un estanque que estaba vacío cuando llegamos al embarcadero y fue un momento de relax entre el barullo de gente del resto de templos. El embarcadero está frente a la entrada de Banteay Kde... read more »It is a pond which was empty when we arrived at the pier and was a relaxing moment between the hubbub of people from the rest of temples. The Jetty is opposite the entrance to Banteay Kdei and is a popular place to see the sunrise.show original
We stopped here for lunch in a restaurant nearby and managed to take a few good shots. It's beautiful here!
Stéphane De Greef
Amazing spot for sunrise and sunset. A few shops nearby provide drinks and food but it's just a nice quiet spot to chill in Angkor.
nice place to take photo
So nice place that should take time to look it. Especially after lunch at restaurants closed it.
So huge! It can fit 4 or 5 Olympic swimming pools!
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