My online friend Nic Boulton explored Prasat Totoeng Thngai, and contributed direction and photos on this page. He described it as Angkor's response to Stonehenge. If any of you have visited it and would like to share your photos, please write to me.
The ruins of Prasat Totoeng Thngai, which is of limited significance, is today surrounded by clumps of bamboo. Unlike the main Angkor ruins, there aren't any visitors to this site, except for the occasional explorers.
How to get to Prasat Totoeng ThngaiStart at the Community Learning Centre. Take the road heading West through the of Krok Sok. Continue West for approximately 700m. You will cross two small concrete bridges which are about 40 meters apart. Then you arrive at Junction
Turn left at down the narrow lane. There is a stream running parallel on the left of the lane, but you won't see it yet. After about 300m, turn off to the right at Junction . Go for about 100m along this path. When it curves round 90 degrees to the left, turn right at a small junction onto a rarely used path (there are dead leaves on it, see the photo of junction ). The path curves round to the left and delivers you the remaining 30m to Prasat Totoeng Thngai.
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Photos of Prasat Totoeng ThngaiPrasat Totoeng Thngai is one of the lesser ruins of Angkor. It is located on the southern part of the Roluos Group.