Chau Say Tevada Temple
Chao Say Tevada temple is south of Thommanon temple, the temple was built in the late 11th and early 12th centuries by King Suryavarman II, dedicating to Brahmanism. Chao Say Tevada and Thommanon temple are two small monument framed by the jungle that stand across the road from each other. Because of similarities in plan and form they are often referred to as brother-sister temple. Chao Say Tevada has deteriorated more than Thommanon.