The Bayon is a well-known and lavishly enlivened Khmer temple at Angkor in Cambodia. The Bayon remains at the focal point of Jayaman's capital, Angkor Thom. It was changed and increased by later Hindu and Theravada Buddhist lords as per their own religious inclinations. The Bayon was the last state temple to be worked at Angkor, and the main Angkorian state temple to be assembled basically as a Mahayana Buddhist altar devoted to the Buddha, however an extraordinary number of minor and neighborhood divinities were additionally incorporated as agents of the different areas and urban areas of the domain.
The Bayon's most particular component is the huge number of tranquil and grinning stone faces on the numerous towers which extend out from the upper patio and group around its focal peak. The temple is known additionally for two amazing arrangements of bas-reliefs, which show a strange mix of fanciful, authentic, and ordinary scenes. The temple is arranged towards the east, thus its structures are set back toward the west inside fenced in areas lengthened along the east-west hub. Since the temple sits at the correct focus of Angkor Thom, streets prompt it specifically from the doors at every one of the city's cardinal focuses.