Krol Ko

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JimW2
3 contributions
Dec 2019
These are good representations of other work the Khmer did. It's obviously not representative of their zenith, but the figures are nice and the buildings (though falling apart) are quite nice. It's off the main path, so it's less crowded. We could stroll through a bit more relaxed.
Written 21 January 2020
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Patrick D
Warsaw, Poland5,246 contributions
Jan 2019
Krol Ko ( the oxen park ) is a small Buddhist temple with a single central tower surrounded by two laterite walls , dating back from the 12th century. It was originally built as a Buddhist temple by King Jayavarman VII in the style of Bayon. The main interest to see at Krol Ko are the pediments on the ground Also two restaurated triangular pediment , a bodhisattva Avalokitesvara standing on a lotus flanked by devotees and a strongly modeled scene of Krsna lifting Mount Govardhana to shelter the shepherds. Krol Ko is located on the road from Preah Kahn to Ta Som. The temple is located on the left, 100 meters after Neak Pean, which is located on the right. Small gem , untouristed, offering a peaceful respite .To do if you have time
Written 15 December 2019
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Housam Elkouteini
Denver, CO1,501 contributions
Dec 2017 • Friends
This is not a very famous location and not all tours will bring you here. We had to rent a TUCTUC and do our own tour which allowed us to visit many small temples similar to this where we really enjoyed "less tourists"
Written 27 September 2018
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Wanderlustaustralia
Sydney, Australia150 contributions
Jun 2018 • Friends
Go - this is a temple that is rarely visited, but worth seeing. Some great photo opportunities await you!
Written 7 June 2018
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Mehul Kirit Shah
Mumbai, India106 contributions
Dec 2017 • Friends
It is a Buddhist temple built at the end of the 12th century under the rule of the king Jayavarman VII. It is located at north of Neak Pean.
Written 30 January 2018
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KhrizJustTravels
Orlando, FL383 contributions
Sept 2016 • Solo
Small gem with no tourist and right across Neak Pean, I recommend it if you are visiting Neak Pean, if you are not dont worry, you wont see much.
Written 21 March 2017
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Teddy-at-large
545 contributions
Feb 2017 • Couples
A nice small temple opposite of Neak Poan that is worth a short visit. Hardly any visitors so a great place to kick back at and just enjoy a bit of piece and quiet.
Written 25 February 2017
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Ritu V
New Delhi, India358 contributions
Nov 2016 • Couples
The temple is quite picturesque for the people who love clicking ancient architecture. Most of the temple is destroyed.
Written 30 January 2017
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Travelpeppy
Bangkok, Thailand490 contributions
Nov 2016 • Couples
This is a quite a small temple. If you are on tour to visit temples of Siem Reap this might not be in the list. But yes this is small and beautiful temple.
Written 30 January 2017
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MoBernero
Zurich, Switzerland144 contributions
Jul 2015 • Couples
Not as spectacular as the other temples but unique with its focus on water and round main building.

Worth a visit if you spend 3 or more days within the temples.
Written 12 July 2015
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