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Le site de Koh Ker

Le site de Koh Ker is part of the Tentative list of Cambodia in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

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Community Reviews

Tony Lagrou, Belgium 24-Aug-16

I went on a day trip from Siem Reap to 3 remote temples on one day with private car. One of those temples was Koh Ker. The site has several small and bigger stops. From the ticket booth you drive a few kilometres to the main site (with the piramide). First you enter a complex of temples and other buildings, at the end is the piramide you can climb.

After this main site you make a looping to see some small temples with lingas. On the way out many more smaller items, But also a beautifull location with 5 similar temples, two "eaten" by the trees.

Antoinette von Moos, Switzerland 20-Mar-10

I was in Koh Ker in February 2010. The main monuments "Prang" (a huge pyramide)and the annex-temple "Prasat Thom" are really impressive. There are much more temples, some of them with two meter high lingas.(More informations: Koh Ker Wiki Voyage)

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  • 1992 - Submitted 
  • 1979 - Deferred Bureau - More info required

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