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Ta Som temple is located east of Neak Pean temple - it is a single shrine (flat, not raised from the ground) surrounded by three walls. You can access the temple from the West wall, crossing the west Gopura (there is another one on the east) which has a cross shape and a room on each side. Then walk around the temple from right to left. The main tower has a cruciform shape with four porches. Follow the path to see the eastern Gopura with its beautiful carved faces and the huge ficus tree entwined on them. You can finish the visit by returning to the west entrance and exiting the temple from it.
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