Prasat Suor Prat is a twelve identical laterite and sand stone tower series located just parallel to and opposite of the Terrace of the Elephants. There is a road to Victory Gate stand between of its six towers.
It was built during the reign of King Indravarman II in early of 13th century in order to dedicate to Hinduism.
Some local people called it “Prasat Neang Dob Pi (Neang 12)” which means “A temple of 12 ladies”. There are 2 main ideas about this temple. A local belief said that, it was used during royal festival for acrobatics to walk on the wire which tied together with those 12 towers. But according to the legend, it was built by the king to represent his 12 beautiful daughters. It is still a myth till nowadays. However, the word Suor Prat means “Acrobatic walk on tied wire”.