Situated deep in the forests of Angkor, Ta Nei is a 12th century temple ruin off the main tourist grid. Located near the northwest side of the holy East Baray reservoir, this ancient temple was built during the reign of King Jayavarman VII, and was dedicated entirely to the teachings of Buddhism. Resembling much the spirit of Ta Prohm, although on a lesser scale, Ta Nei is covered in moss and lichen and roots that protrude out from the temple ruins. Ta Nei has fortunately been the object of minimal reconstruction by archaeologists, thus preserving its freshness, and given its not-so-easy access, this ruin makes an ideal bet for any adventurous traveler. Enjoy your private and exclusive guided tour of these stunning samples of ancient Angkor art, arranged by our experts.