An excuse for a bush-walk
What we say:
This rarely-visited site is as much an excuse for a walk through the woods as a site in its own right. Make the effort to get here and chances are you'll have it to yourself.
Built in the late 12th century during the reign of Jayavarman VII, Ta Nei is fairly small and was built with a mix of laterite and sandstone. The main point of interest is the often lichen-covered pediments and lintels, some of which remain in reasonable condition.
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