The Terrace of the Leper King, Preah Learn Sdech Kunlung – is a patio divider with profoundly cut nagas, evil presences and other fanciful creatures. The alleged "Outsider King" Terrace was inherent the Bayon style – whether amid the rule of King Jayavarman VII is not completely clear – only north of the Elephant Terrace.
It is named, or rather mis-named, for the situated statue which once involved the stage and has now been moved to the National Museum in Phnom Penh for safety's sake.
Why Leper King?
Why Leper King you may inquire. At the point when the statue was initially found, it had gigantic staining and greenery developing on it taking after a man with sickness. The statue was once thought to speak to a fabulous "outsider ruler," yet is presently considered to speak to Yama, the Lord of the Dead; the porch itself may have worked as an illustrious cremation stage.