While the temples of Angkor are the most well-known, Cambodia’s UNESCO sites include other historically-significant temple sites, all dating from before Angkor.

Evocative archeological site with 1000+ temples testifying to an exceptional civilization.

Koh Ker: Archaeological Site of Ancient Lingapura or Chok Gargyar
10th-century temples from a short-lived capital city, origin of the Koh Ker style of sculpture.

Temple of Preah Vihear
An 11th-century Hindu temple complex in an isolated and dramatic location, with remarkably well-preserved architecture and art.

Temple Zone of Sambor Prei Kuk, Archeological site of Ancient Ishanapura
A group of 6th-7th-century Hindu temples where the capital of the Chenla Empire once stood.