Prasat Ta Kwai : Surin, Thailand

Prasat Ta Kwai temple is located on Dangrek mountain range, basically on Cambodian-Thai border, 57 km west of Samraong city which is the capital of Oddar Meanchey province and 13 km away from another Angkorian ancient temple, Prasat Ta Muen Thom.

Prasat Ta Krabey or Prasat Ta Krabei, in Khmer and also known as Prasat Ta Kwai, in Thai is a disputed Khmer temple which was built during Angkor period, the golden age of Cambodian history. This 11th century religious site was constructed in order to dedicated to Hindu god Shiva and has become a tourist attraction site near Cambodian-Thai border in recent years.

Prasat Ta Kwai Temple is located on Dangrek mountain range, basically on Cambodian-Thai border, 57 km west of Samraong city which is the capital of Oddar Meanchey province and 13 km away from another Angkorian ancient temple, Prasat Ta Muen Thom. Tourists can travel from Samraong city along the national road 56 and a mountainous concrete road that leads to this ancient site.

Prasat Ta Kwai
Address: Bak Dai, Phanom Dong Rak District, Surin 32140 Thailand




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