Kravan Temple is one of a small temple in the 10th-century consisting of five reddish brick towers on a common terrace, at Siem Reap Province of Cambodia. Five brick towers are oriented to the east and surrounded by a small moat. Unusually, the temple wasn’t built by the king, instead, it was constructed by high ranking officials during the reign of King Harshavarman I or Ishanavarman II.
That has a location south of the artificial lake called Srah Srang, It’s about 1.5 km from the Apsara Road and around 5km from Angkor Wat. If Prasat Kravan is your first stop when entering the park, then arrive at Angkor Archaeological Park by the Apsara Road. Turn right and then after around 1.5km you’ll see Prasat Kravan on your right.
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