Prasasat kravan, a very small temple, can walk around in five minutes. On the day the little master went there, he was preparing for the wedding, just behind the temple on a green lawn. Cardamom Temple belongs to flat-type monastery, the main building is not big, does not consume physical energy, is very suitable for sightseeing, five brick towers are arranged one by one, the whole appears very gorgeous.
Nutmeg Temple is a Hindu temple in Angkor Wat, located in the south of the Royal Bath Pool. The central tower is very special, and its seat is surrounded by a small moat. The interior of the sanctuary is famous for the large shallow reliefs of Vishnu and the auspicious Tiannu carved on red bricks. This kind of sculpture art is very common in Zhanpo temple, but it seldom appears in Khmer relics.
Numei Temple is a flat-floor temple with brick structure. On one base, there are five towers facing east. Each pagoda of the monastery worships different gods. In the middle of the pagoda, the largest one worships Vishnu. There are reliefs of Vishnu in the pagoda. The northernmost worship is the wife of Vishnu, Lakshmi, whose statue is in the tower. The remaining three pagodas are dedicated to Shiva, Simian Buddha and Uma Goddess respectively. The relief on the inner wall of Numeg Temple is very rare in Angkor Monument Group. As an exhibition site of brick sculpture, it is worth seeing.
Although the Numeg Temple is relatively small, it is a place worth visiting and should not be neglected. It is a Shiva-style temple, built in 921, facing the East in a row of five minarets. Inside the central minaret, there are sculptures on the walls with the theme of Vishnu God. It is very beautiful. Located east of Angkor Temple, built in 921, it is a small brick Hindu temple. Prasat Kravan has five brick pagodas, arranged word by word from north to south, facing the east. This brick structure is very rare in Angkor temples. The middle one is the tallest and the four seats on both sides are slightly smaller. The structure of this temple is different from that of other temples, because it was not built by the Royal family, which is why it is somewhat remote and far from the center of the national capital. It is located on the south side of the road connecting Angkor Monastery and Bandegoti. In 1968, the Numeg Temple was partially restored. When you look closely, you can see that some bricks have the words "CA" on them, which were later repaired. The restored temple is neat and clean, with no stones scattered everywhere. The carvings on the doorframes outside the shrine of the North Tower are exquisite and meticulous. There are exquisite brick carvings on the walls of the temple, which are very striking. Inside the largest central tower, there are pictures of Vishnu carved on the walls. The eight-armed Vishnu on the back wall shows his divinity. Next to Vishnu, there are statues of Buddhas carved and covered with the whole wall. The tower also offered water canals and some debris, with incense. Walking up the three giant steps, the wall on the left depicts the scene of his regeneration, and on the right depicts the image of him riding Jielu Tea, which is his mount, with wings, a little like an eagle. Vishnu is a symbol of the universe, spanning discs, conches and giant balls. There are two worshippers beside him. They are beautifully carved.
Nutmeg Temple is near the roadside beside the Royal Bath Pool. It's very small and not very noticeable. It's a Hindu Temple named Nutmeg Tree next to it. But its color is very beautiful. It's a unique red brick structure, hidden in the green bushes. It's very eye-catching.