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Kampong Thom – Sambor Prei Kuk

Kampong Thom - Sambor Prei Kuk

Founded by King Isanavarman I during the seventh century, Sambo Prei Kuh was once the capital of Chenla known as Isanapura, and was a religious center dedicated to the worship of Shiva.


Founded by King Isanavarman I during the seventh century, Sambo Prei Kuh was once the capital of Chenla known as Isanapura, and was a religious center dedicated to the worship of Shiva.

Collectively, the complex consists of more than a hundred temples built of solid bricks, laterite and sandstone and from the remains. It is understood that several successions of kings have maintained this site as their capital, each time adding more temples and monuments to the capital city.

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From above historical perspective, this group of monuments is extremely significant not only for Cambodia but also for the entire area of Southeast Asia, for they are the only remaining sound architectural constructions that exemplify the architectural constructions that exemplify the architecture and sculpture of the early period in sizable quantity.

Archaeological remnants of Sambor Prei Kuk monuments are distributed in the vast area of more than 4km in N-S direction and 6km monuments can be largely divided into two groups in two different areas: the area of the eastern temple group and the western city area delineated by O Krou Ke stream.

Kampong Thom – Phnom Santuk

Kampong Thom - Phnom Santuk

Phnom Santuk Mountain has many Buddha statues carved from huge mountain rocks including three big Buddha statues reaching Nirvana, each measure than 10-meter length. Phnom Santuk has changed names to Chorn Chong Kiri and Phnom Krop Tuk.


Phnom Santuk Mountain has many Buddha statues carved from great mountain rock including three big Buddha statues reaching Nirvana, each measure than 10-meter length. Phnom Santuk has changed names to Chorn Chong Kiri and Phnom Krop Tuk.

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Chan Chan Dare or Chan Chare are called two pieces of stone by local people that join all together in marked symbol and made in small hole. When the passenger arrived there, they always dropped cash coins (ancient coins) into this small hole. When cash coins are dropped in, it makes soft weak voice like a voice of the birds sing or music with happiness. So they did that since ancient period.

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