Ta Nei temple is off the beaten track, and a lesser known temple compared with the those in the main Angkor Temples circuit. Its location is north of Ta Keo and 200m west of the holy East Baray, within a peaceful and relaxed setting of dense overgrown forest. The temple was built under the reign of Jayavarman VII, and was dedicated to the Buddha. Two isolated moats are located to the north and south of the main enclosure, and two of the original gopuras still exist which can take you into the temple. The sanctuary is quite compact, with a small library and narrow galleries. And still in place are some wonderful pediments and lintels, depicting scenes such as a figure blessing two children and another on horseback during battle.
Ta Nei Temple
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