A minor attraction
What we say:
Thought to date back to the 15th or 16th century, this large seated Buddha makes use of re-used stone blocks in its body and remains an active site of worship among local Khmers.
It sits just to the north of the Leper King Terrace and is worth a quick glance for its pleasant tree-filled setting. An active Buddhist temple is at the site.
More detailsAbout 100m north to the Leper King Terrace
Last updated: 27th December, 2009
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