Prasat Phanom Rung, a Khmer temple in Isaan's Buriram Province, is sited atop an extinct volcano that had been a place of Hindu worship from at least the 8th century AD. Built over a period spanning the 10th to the early 13th century, the temple was dedicated to the Hindu deity Shiva.

The photos of the temple are in two separate galleries for the sake of convenience when viewing them on mobile devices. This gallery has pictures in a horizontal (or landscape) format; the other has vertically-oriented photos. To get a reasonably complete picture of the temple, both galleries should be seen.