This Khmer ruin consists of 3 towers, only 2 of which remain now, lying on laterite platforms in North-South direction. The Fine Arts Department has laid down recovered pieces in the compounds front yard, including the tower vertex, balusters and portal frame, etc. Bas-relief found in this ruin depicts legendary animal called makon, an amalgam of lion, elephant and fish, with five-headed serpent in its mouth. The bas-relief depicting serpents resemble that of the Angkor Wat, contrived in the 12th century.

Prasat Yai Ngao


Sangkha, Sangkha, Surin, 32150 Map

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