Tep Pranam is located 100 meters (328 feet) north of the Terrace of the Leper King. It can be accessed by a long path from the road leads to Tep Pranam.
Tip: This is one of the most serene areas in the park of Angkor. A visit to this area should not be rushed and should also include Prah Palilay. This temple was built at the end of the ninth century by king Yasovarman I and dedicated to Buddhist
The entrance to Tep Pranam is marked by a laterite causeway bordered by double boundary stones at the corners and a terrace in the shape of a cross. The sandstone walls of the base of the temple have a molded edging. Two lions precede the walls and there are serpent balustrades, which are of a later date. See map page 80.
The large Buddha seated on a lotus pedestal is in a molded base and coated in sandstone. The body of the Buddha has been reassembled from numerous stones.