The only day when the sky was really blue. Not many people seemed visit this temple. Just a short walk from Bayon. The main attraction here is the buildings presence and the view from the top looking over the trees. From a distance it has the look of a pyramid. It is a three-tiered temple mountain dedicated to Shiva.
On the back wall is the outline of a reclining Buddha, not obvious at first but once your eyes adjust to the contours of the stone work. The Buddha will reveal themselves.
Ponds left and right with a long elevated grand entrance. See next photo for more detail.
Look to the left and you will see hundreds of short columns supporting the entrance path and they are sitting on top a huge plinth flanked by two ponds (left and right).
To the right of the entrance is this ruin.
The outer wall, seen as you climb the stairs.
An inner area of windows and doors that look up to the main structure.
Main structure on the left and the windowed area mentioned above is in the small structure on the right hand side.
North entrance exit. That leads to another temple along a winding path through the trees. The shade provides a welcome relief from the hot sun.