The Bayon is a 12th century Khmer temple in Angkor, Cambodia. Built by King Jayavarman VII, it reflects both Hindu and Buddhist influences. Historically, Cambodia was ruled by a series of Hindu kings, but Jayavarman VII was Buddhist. Later rulers modified the temple according to their own religious preferences.

Download Options
Small Low resolution for screen
Large High resolution for print
Usage Rights & Citation:

You are free to share and adapt IMB photos. You must give appropriate credit to IMB in a reasonable manner, but not in a way that suggests the organization endorses you or your use. You may not use the material for commercial purposes. Read more