Tep Pranom Pagoda is located in the north of Bayon temple, along the road to the North Gate of Angkor Thom and slightly east of Preah Palilay temple in Nokor Krao village, Kok Chork commune, Siem Reap City, Siem Reap province.
Preah Vihear Pram Pi Lveng Pagoda is located near Bayon temple along the road to the Victory Gate of Angkor Thom. This pagoda was built in 1994 by Venerable Sok Chey Chumneas, the pagoda’s chief abbot, and the Buddhists.
The “Preah Ang Ngok” shrine is located a little north of Bayon temple, between Baphuon temple and Bayon temple. According to research, the shrine was built in the late 16th and early 17th century by Burmese monks to worship Buddhism.
Kork Thlok Pagoda is located in the west of the Bayon temple. The pagoda has two separate Buddhist temples. According to the research, monks and Buddhists have gradually settled since 1984 and continue to stay until today.