Neak Pean

Neak Pean Temple was built by King Jayavarman VII in 12th century. It was dedicated to Buddhism. It has an indistinguishable style to Bayon from was constructed by the same ruler. It was a hydrological framework and the mysteries of the solution. It is exceptionally lovely and encompassed by water. 

Neak Pean is situated in the grand circuit of Angkor archaeological park. It is one of the primary significant sanctuaries in the grand circuit among Preah Khan and Ta Som. 

The walk way is a long wooden extension over a fabulous waterlogged scene. One of the sanctuary that have an exquisite long wooden scaffold to visit in the zone. The sanctuary is resemble an island and has a focal lake. As should be obvious the sky reflected superbly in the water and you can see the skyline between the sky and the earth.