Angkor Thom, means big city, was the planned capital of Jayavarman VII, at the center of which was the state temple of Bayon. The walls of the city are 1.86 miles (3 kilometers) on each side, and enclose an area of 2225 acres (900 hectares), bordered by a 328 feet (100 meters) wide moat. The city has five main gates, and each of them has a causeways crossing the moats lined with 54 gods (devas) on one side and 54 demons (asuras) on the other side bearing naga’s body, symbolizing the myth of the Churning of the Sea of Milk. The five gates of Angkor Thom are 1. South gate, locally known as Tonle Om gate, 2. East gate (or ghost gate), 3. North gate (or Dei Chhnang gate), 4. West gate (or Takao gate), 5. Victory gate.