According to GPS satellites, there appears to be three moated sites with an east entrance causeway oriented 90 degrees true east and located just west of Trapeang Trei Ling, this entry which we don't have a name for, Prasat Preah Lean (Kralanh) and C1706122.
If you happen to be in the area and visit this site, we would love to find out more about the site such as the name of the site, the size and condition of the site, what is still in situ and a few photos of the site.
We highly recommend that you consult a local guide or villager to escort you to the site, as there is a possibility of mines or UXO's when visiting remote and secluded sites. If you do decide to venture out on your own, please follow the beaten path and becareful!
Beyond Angkor does not guarantee that you will find any remains at this site. The site has been listed based a probability of a site existing at this particular location. We are not equip with 1.5 million dollar LIDAR equipment like the professional archaeologists, to scan the landscape for ancient formations, instead we have simply used the naked eye on satellite imagery to determine these 'probable' historic sites. We are pleased to say that a large number of sites we seeked remotely from the comforts of our own home, have been confirmed to be in fact 'tuols'. As sites are confirmed by explorers and reported, we have then appropriately relisted the sites with the local name and details of what have been found in situ. These sites can be found in the category No CISARK.
Beyond Angkor and the team at Beyond Angkor are not liable for any damages or injuries sustained when seeking out any historical sites listed, especially of these unknown sites. Please ensure you have the relevant travel insurance for your journey and let someone know where you are headed each day.
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A collection of historic photographs, artist sketches, maps etc. (Please ensure that anything you do upload is free of copyright and/or you have permission from the original photographer/artist/author to share)
- Baray Kok Thnoung
- Baray Prasat Lbeuk (Chanleas Dai)
- Baray Prasat Lbeuk (Chanleas Dai) II
- Baray Prasat Ta Chan
- Kok Ampil (Chanleas Dai)
- Kok Slaeng
- Kok Thnoung
- Kok Trapeang Chhouk Thom
- Neak Ta (Spean Sraeng)
- Neak Ta Kampong Thkov
- Neak Ta Phum Yeay Yin
- Prasat Kok Samraong (Kralanh)
- Prasat Lbeuk (Chanleas Dai)
- Prasat Lbeuk Run
- Prasat Phnom Kambot
- Prasat Preah Lean (Kralanh)
- Prasat Ta Chan (Banteay Meanchey)
- Prasat Vien (Chanleas Dai)
- Sala Batomaseksa Preah Lean
- Sala Khum Chanleas Dai
- Spean Rolom Svay
- Spean Sraeng
- Trapeang Trei Ling
- Tuol Ta Ong
- Wat Bou Khnar Decho
- Wat Phnom Truang Baht
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