Srah Srang lake

Lakes & Ponds Built in the 10th century to serve the local temples, Srah Srang reservoir is a man-made lake within the Angkor compound, known as a Baray.

The measures of Srah Srang are 700 m in length by 350 m width. On the west end of Srah Srang, there is a multi-tiered sandstone terrace.

The terrace is gorgeously adorned with naga balustrades, lion carvings and other Khmer carvings. Srah Srang offers outstanding picturesque views of sunrise.

Address: Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia
Driving Directions (Road Map): Sivatha Road to Terrace of the Leper King
Driving Directions (Road Map): Phnom Penh to Siem Reap City (Angkor Wat)

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