This grouping creates a remarkably intact temple built by Brahmins in honor of women. Very different from the temples in and around Angkor Wat in the Archeological park. We combined this site with Kbal Spean River Carvings. It is about 1.5 hours in a tuk-yuk, (offering close up views of local living and breezes). Next to Bayon this is probably my favorite Temple Complex. The pink sandstone still survives and the number of visitors is vastly fewer making the walk around and through the buildings more relaxed. The art work, carvings and bas relief are just remarkable.