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Srah Srang East Of Angkor Thom

  • Srah Srang is a Baray in Angkor situated south of the Eastern Baray and east of the Temple Banteay Kdei.
  • Srah Srang was dug in the mid 10th century and extended in 1200 by Jayavarman VII who also then had constructed the landing stage made of laterite. This Baray is 350 meters by 700 meters and still contains water.
  • This landing stage is on the west side looking east ans in the picture here is a good location for photography. Here today are the remains of the ancient balustrades in Naga form and classical Khmer Temple Lions. As at other temples here in Angkor the five headed Nagas also have in front of the the outstretched Garuda also looking eastwards.

Sra Srang Baray Angor