Pre Rup is one of the oldest structures, located south of East Baray in Siem Reap in Cambodia. King Rajendravarman II built this mountain temple in 961 AD. It was the capital and also a state temple during his reign. A temple dedicated to Hindu God Shiva, it is popular among tourists for the gorgeous sunset views.
Pre Rup is notable for different views of the town and landscapes it offers. If you climb the five-storey building, to the east, you can see the mountains of Phnom Kulen. On the west, you can see the towers of Angkor Wat and other temple ruins on the horizon. Pre Rup also offers some of the best views of Siem Reap's countryside laden with paddy fields.
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