Saturday, May 18, 2024

Angkor Archeological Park

Phnom Bok

Explore the heart of the Khmer ancestral empire

     Devoted to Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu, the temple was constructed on the early 10th century under Yashovarman I. The visit of the temple involves climbing up 630 steps of a steep mountain. The view from the top is magical and offers 360-degree views of Angkor Wat and the Kulen Mountains. Note that the three prominent hills of the area (Phnom Bakheng, Phom Krom – 16 km distant in the South – and Phnom Bok – 14 km distant in the West) were all crowned with temples in the same period.

Discover all the current projects happening in Phnom Bok Temple

Info and tips for visitor

Date :

10th century



Opening hours

7:30 am to 5:30 pm


Yasovarman I




Between 2 to 3 hours

Click to take a tour of the photo gallery of Phnom Bok Temple