The temple is large and relatively well preserved. As per the locals, this is one of the oldest temples in the area. The temple is surrounded by a wall with the gate topped by a four faced Brahma statue.
The entrance leads to a prayer hall or vihara of which only the pillars and walls survive. A seated Buddha statue is placed at the end of the prayer hall.
Past this is the high main prang of the temple in Khmer style with very steep steps leading to the top. Beyond the main prang is the base of a chedi followed by another prayer hall with a seated Buddha image at the end. To the one side of the chedi is a temple holding a standing Buddha image. The complex also has many smaller shrines and chedis in the four corners.
The temple is definitely not to be missed if you are visiting the area. Budget at least a couple of hours to enjoy it fully.
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