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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited this site as part of our tour of the country. We were told that this temple was built in the 12th century. This Buddhist monastic complex is currently dilapidated due to faulty construction and poor quality of sandstone used in its buildings, and...More

Thank Deryn H
Reviewed 11 June 2018

The most memorable part about visiting this temple is that it has a very deep interior, i.e. from the front entrance all the way to the back of the temple. Other than that, the architecture of this temple also contains some slight references to Bayon...More

Thank ekeat79
Reviewed 8 June 2018 via mobile

We got here early and it was great to walk around with not many people around. The ruines are just exquisite and this temple is all on one level so no high stairs for kids.

Thank SerahO
Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile

The area is the Bantey kdei Temple. There is a porch with a wall surrounding it, with a ditch around the outer wall, 700 meters long, 500 meters wide. There are 4 entrances to the castle and garuda statues. At the arch or the koborak...More

Thank PDA M
Reviewed 4 June 2018

Banteay Kdei, which was built in the 12th century temple, is all on one level , unlike the other more famous temples which have few tiers. It was originally built as a monastery, hence the name, which also translates as "Citadel of Cells". It is...More

Thank Jennifer L
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

I’ll admit, by the time we had got to this one on the mini tour we had seen a lot of ruins and temples. They were good to see and a great bit of history but we were nearly templed our when we got here....More

Thank krycek1885
Reviewed 26 March 2018

This a kind of a quirky place. It seems like a small village. Probably because it began as a Buddhist monastery. I left I could start wandering and become totally lost. The trees growing through the buildings is more reminiscent of Ta Prohm, the bands...More

Thank ruthandvern
Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

Great with kids and tons to see. Amazing photos everywhere. Watch out for the baboons. They will scare the kids.

Thank Mitch S
Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile

When you visit the Angkor temples it can be hard to tell one from the other. But they are all special in each way. This is in my top 10 temples and worth a visit. Many statues and ingravings.

Thank Lars S
Reviewed 28 February 2018

Probably my favourite temple. We got there early and were only 2 of a few. The ruins are in good condition and with stunning Apsara dancers on all the walls. This was the first of all the temples and I would say going here first...More

Thank Malindi S
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