Srah Srang is a baray at Angkor, Cambodia, located south of the East Baray and east of Banteay Kdei.In its history, Srah Srang was undiscovered in the middle of 10th century by a Buddhist minister named Kavindrarimathana under the reign of Rajendravarman II. When the King Jayavarman VII took power, he added the laterite landing-stage at the western side like what we can see nowadays. At present some parts of Srah Srang are flooded and somewhere the central temple of the baray still is waiting for someone to discover under the water. When the dry season comes, the sparse of an island temple is appeared at the center of the lake and this is a great chance for visitors taking some photos and exploring the site.
The landing – stage of Srah Srang is the perfect place for viewing the sunrise with serpent statues and carvings, mounted by a winged bird-like creature name Garuda and the two lion guardians.