Banteay Samré (Khmer: ប្រាសាទបន្ទាយសំរែ) is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, located 400 metres to the east of the East Baray. Built during the reign of Suryavarman II and Yasovarman II in the early 12th century, it is a Hindu temple in the Angkor Wat style.
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it's not so crowded compare with the other tourist atrraction temples. nevertheless, this place has some specific magical charming which totally different atmosphere from the other definitely, it's worth for visiting place.
Incredible ancient architecture that has stood the test of time. Each one of these temples in the Angkor complex has its own story and unique features that make visiting each of them compelling and worthwhile. I highly suggest finding a way to visit as much as you can of this world heritage site.
Still a hidden gem, one of the must well preserved temples. The detail of the rock carving its breathtaking.
Not the most visited temple. Guide told a very interesting folk tale regarding this temple about a cucumber farmer who became king. Had a wonderful company event on the temple grounds.
This was one of my favorite temple complexes to visit because it has few tourists. The complex is beautiful and nestled in the forest. You can take great photos here and enjoy the peacefulness of the temple. It’s a little out of the way from the major attractions but worth the tuktuk ride. Enjoy!
Great temple you can really enjoy because there are very few tourists. Particularly nice in the last hours before sunset.
One of the more well preserved temple. Not too far from main temple complex. Well worth the effort to get there!
The best temple with Angkor wat style and Avoid crowded ...
This is the first place I visited in SM. It is great.
One of the best temples of Angkor. It's beautiful, well reserved and absolutely peaceful. It's a good spot for sunset watching.
Away from the crowds you'll be mostly alone as you explore this gem. The temple has survived with lots of it intact. Have your guide share the Ramayana stories in the carvings. It is interesting to see the red stone, lava rocks and granite all in use. Take lots of pictures.
Exquisite carvings. Helps to go prepared to understand the scene. Go with a zoom or long lens, since visitors have to see carvings from a perimeter.