In 928 – 944 AD, the temples at Koh Ker were built by the kings Jayavarman IV and Harshavarman. Located about 75 miles from the famous Angkor Wat near Siem Reap, these temples are far less visited. The ruins include palaces, moats, towers, a pyramid and more … all partially covered by forest and giant tree roots. Only a portion of the 180 buildings have been excavated because the remote areas still have active land mines. This little guy was a future entrepreneur. He sold giant banyan tree leaves as umbrellas to the passing tourists for a dollar apiece.