Chau Say Tevoda overview
Chau Say Tevoda is a small site adjacent to Tomanon. Chau Say Tevoda is a temple ruin in the Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia. It is located in the Siem Reap Province, and is considered one of the smaller temples in the complex.
Chau Say Tevoda was built in the 12th century during the reign of King Jayavarman VII. The temple is known for its well-preserved carvings and sculptures, including depictions of Hindu deities and scenes from Hindu mythology. The carvings and sculptures are considered some of the finest examples of Angkorian art and architecture.
Visitors to Chau Say Tevoda can admire the intricate carvings on the temple's walls and towers, as well as the beautiful stone lintels and doorways. The temple is also surrounded by lush greenery, making it a peaceful and serene place to visit.
Chau Say Tevoda is also famous for its many beautiful devata reliefs.
Chau Say Tevoda tours
Chau Say Tevoda is a small ruind and not many tours visit there. If you cannot find a good tour, then hire a taxi or tuktuk to visit there.