(best seen in original size)
Ta Nei temple is of the smaller Angkor Temples,
Ta Nei was built under King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century.
Some scholars believe that the temple was constructed as a hospital.
It is now in a fairly ruined state and approached only via a track through the forest.
As a quiet temple site if you arrive early you may even see a
snake basking in the sun on the stonework.
The Landmark silk cotton tree of Ta Nei Temple