Neak Pean Temple
Neak Pean Temple was built by king Jayavarman VII in the second half of 12th century. It was dedicated to Mahayana Buddhism. It has the same style to Bayon as was built by the same king. It was a hydrological system and the secrets of the medicine. It is very beautiful and surrounded by water.
The walk way is a long wooden bridge over a fantastic waterlogged landscape. One of the temple that have a lovely long wooden bridge to visit in the area. The temple is look like an island and has a central pond. As you can see the sky reflected perfectly in the water and you can see the horizon between the sky and the earth.