Prasat Kravan Temple at Angkor Wat

Prasat Kravan seems rather uninteresting at first glance. The tenth century monument consists of five towers set on a single stone platform, and surrounded by a moat, which is usually dry except in the rainy season. The temple's really interesting part is hidden inside the main sanctuary.

Interior reliefs
Reliefs on the interior of the main sanctuary of Prasat Kravan

The walls within the central tower are covered with well preserved bas-reliefs depicting the god Vishnu in various poses. These are among some of the best preserved reliefs at Angkor.

Prasat Kravan is located south of the Sra Srang reservoir.