beginning of 12th century, Suryavarman II Hindu Extensively restored in contrast to Chau Say Thevoda just to its south. A single ruined laterite wall, 45 by 60 metres, surrounded by a moat and divided by two gopuras encloses both a finely detailed central sanctuary set on a 2.5 metre high moulded base and a single library.
beginning of 12th century, Suryavarman II Hindu (Vishnu) Located 14 kilometres to the north east of Siem Reap. A finely proportioned temple from the classic period. Undated but perhaps a little later than Angkor Wat, the interior is similar in layout to Chau Say Tevoda with which it is perhaps contemporaneous. Dismantled and reconstructed between 1936 and 1944. The Samres were a people of mixed origin who were said to have lived at the base of the Kulen hills.