Here are the last four temples I visited in Angkor. Surprisingly, I haven’t felt “templed-out“. Each one does have its own distinct architecture, style and personality.
Prasat Kravan was built in 921 for Hindu worship. Uninspiring from the outside, the brick carvings concealed within its towers are the hidden treasures. Prasat Kravan was partially restored in 1968.
From the latter part of the 12th century, Banteay Kdei is a massive Buddhist monastery.
Pre Rup means “Turning the Body” and refers to a traditional method of cremation. It is believed that this temple served as a royal crematorium. It consists of a pyramid-shaped temple mountain with the uppermost of the three tiers supporting five lotus towers.
Banteay Samre dates from the same period of Angkor Wat of early 1100’s. The temple is in a fairly good state due to extensive conservation efforts.