We took a tour there for only 10$ and he was amazing. His name is Bol and I would highly recommend him! He knew everything and took his time!
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Worth a leisurely visit if you have 2-3 hours to spend. Very near the riverfront area with its many restaurants (including a DQ).
Very impressive and beautiful buildings. Some great photo ops and definitely in the top few places you have to see in Phnom Penh. Take a hat as it can be very hot and very exposed on a bright sunny day. There are ice creams and...More
We went around 9:30 and paid $10 each to get in, only to learn AFTER we paid that everything would be closed at 10:30AM until 2PM. We felt that we wasted the money and the morning. It's beautiful, but plan carefully and make sure you...More
I encourage you to visit if you are into Temples and haven't seen too much already. I found it was a bit overpriced for what it was ( 10$ U.S), you kind of just walk around the temples and that's pretty much it. Don't forget...More
The symmetry, beauty, alignment and the modified hipped nature of the structure makes for interest and class The tiles, ancient khmer prangs, the elevated platform and slender pillars all make for the beauty and uniqueness of the structure. It invites the visitor to pause and...More
Allow about an hour, the architecture is visually attractive, the Silver Pagoda is adjacent, part of the trip. Nice place to have a break from the hubbub of Phnom Penh.
Beautiful palace, and it's very Hot! Seriously why so hot?!!! Can't go into the palace, but the exhibition at the end of the Place walk is the highlight of the day as it is in the Air-conditioning Room! Exhibition in the middle is not aircond...More
Wonderful architecture, calm (if you avoid the organised tour groups), set in beautiful grounds. If you have a decent guide book no need to pay for a guide just wander and enjoy by yourself.