Chau Say Tevoda Temple

The 12th-century Chau Say Tevoda Temple at Angkor is the ideal location: the ancient temples are a living testimony to the music, song and dance that are a striking feature of Cambodian culture, embodied in its historical and social identity.

The restoration project carried out from 2000 and 2009 under a joint project between the China Cultural Relics Research Institute and APSARA, an example of the wide-ranging international cultural collaboration at Angkor that we honour and humbly carry forward in our project.