- Koh Ker
Lonely Planet review for Prasat Krahom
Most visitors start at Prasat Krahom, the second-largest structure at Koh Ker, which is named for the red bricks from which it is constructed. Sadly, none of the carved lions for which this temple was once known remain, though there's still plenty to see - stone archways and galleries lean hither and thither and impressive stone carvings grace lintels, doorposts and slender window columns.
A naga-flanked causeway and series of sanctuaries, libraries and gates lead past trees and vegetation-covered ponds. Just west of Prasat Krahom, at the far end of a half-fallen colonnade, are the remains of an impressive statue of Nandin.