Srah Srang


Srah Srang is a baray or artificial reservoir at Angkor that dates back to the mid-10th century. Commissioned by Kavindrarimathana, Buddhist minister of Rajendravarman II, it was later modified circa 1200 by Jayavarman VII. It was used as an ablution pool for ritual washings. Measuring 700 metres by 350 metres, it has a stepped landing platform along the western edge that features guardian lions and n?ga balaustrades. Sparse remnants of an island temple lie at the centre of the reservoir.



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 Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Srah Srang and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm(1.7 km)
One of the most alluring and photogenic sites in Cambodia, the Ta Prohm temple is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor.

Prae Rup

Prae Rup(1.7 km)
One of the oldest temples at Angkor, Pre Rup was built in the 10th century as the state temple of Khmer king Rajendravarman.

Prasat Kravan

Prasat Kravan(1.8 km)
Prasat Kravan is a 10th century Hindu temple in Siem Reap dedicated to the deity Vishnu.

Ta Keo

Ta Keo(2.7 km)
Ta Keo was built circa 1000 as the state temple of Jayavarman V, son of Rajendravarman.

Banteay Kdei

Banteay Kdei(0.9 km)
The Bankeay Kdei, also known as 'Citadel of Monks' Cells' is a 12th century Buddhist monastic complex built under Jayavarman VII.

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