TepPranam is a cross-shaped terrace 82 meters long and 34 meters wide. It is divided into two sections with a walkway in front. It used to be the foundation of a pagoda. There is a stone lion at the door with a seven-headed snake railing. Next to it is the 4.5-meter-high Buddha statue, which was rebuilt on the original site.
The temple is located next to NH5, the surrounding environment is good, once again saw the typical seven-headed snake, I feel that I have a better understanding of Angkor Wat
Tipanan is an ancient architectural site, some distance away from the city, there is no need to buy tickets, but the site is basically unremarkable, all of which are broken buildings.
Tipanan is seriously damaged and basically cannot be entered. Fewer people go, pay special attention to safety, if time is not enough, you can ignore it
The scenery is good, the taste is good, and the price/performance ratio is good.