A quiet part of the Angkor complex. You will pass this if you are on one of the set routes Tuk Tuk drivers take you around the site. It is directly opposite Banteay Kdei Temple and quite close to Ta Prohm. Built in the mid 10th C and improved during Jayavarman VII's reign, its purpose was an ornamental royal pool. It is a lovely open space and makes a nice break from looking at endless temples. There are a couple of Naga balustrades leading down into the water.
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