The northwest wall of Banteay Kdei temple is being restored by APSARA Authority

Published on 11 May 2017 10:40 AM Post By ៖ Apsara National Authority

Laterite wall of Banteay Kdei temple in the northwest corner, which has a length of 5.50 meters and height of 3.70 meters, is being restored by Department of Conservation of Monuments in Angkor Park and Archaeological Prevention of APSARA Authority.

Mr. Mao Sokny, Expert of APSARA, said that the wall of Banteay Kdei temple at the northwest corner was started to restore from January 2017 and is scheduled to complete in June 2017, after excavation we found the footing under the decay, which cannot bear the weight from the stone. Also, the wall tilted to the north side, which could cause to collapsed eventually and endanger to the tourists. That's why we decided to fix immediately.

The crown gibbons were released for the third time in the forest of Angkor park by APSARA Authority and partner organization in the morning of 17th January 2018 at the West Gate of Angkor Thom.
In the morning of 18th January 2018, Korean delegation for Educational, Culture, and Tourism of the Republic of Korea having a meet with H.E Dr. Som Mak, Director General of APSARA Authority in order to understand more about Preah Pithu Conservation and Restoration Project, which is a cooperation between APSARA, Korean Cultural Heritage Foundation (KOCHEF) and Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
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