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The Royal Palace is worth a visit if you have an hour or so to spare in Phnom Penh. There are lots of guides at the entrance offering their services. We initially declined, expecting that we'd be able to use our guidebook for reference and...More
This is a lovely site to visit. The palace gardens are very attractive, beautifully laid out and manicured. There are some stunning buildings in the complex, but we were not permitted to enter many of them so had to be content with peering in the...More
We where at Royal Palace with group and guide . As we see this palace is a piece of art that you can't see like that somewhere else . For example at Tokyo the Palace is closed most of the year . I think they...More
The Royal Palace was closed when we were in Pnom Penh but it was a beautiful sight indeed. We could see the architecture from our hotel, Palace Gate Hotel & Resort.
We were walking around the palace outer gate when a guard was shouting loudly...More
The exterior of the buildings is quite impressive- very similar to temples in Bangkok Thailand.
However, the $10 entry fee only gains you access to the grounds. If you want a guide you have to pay extra.
The Royal Palace is ekes with history, but best to visit with a guide to help you through the myriad buildings and their histories. Often there is a lack of shade, but be sure to take cover. (Ask if you are allowed to wear a...More
Beautiful complex part of the Cambodian life. It will cost you some $10 as foreigner to get inside. They give you plan of the site if you are are alone visiting. You can grab a local guide at the door of the palace to guide...More
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The usual date is May 13, but if it falls on a weekend they move it. The total time of the celebration is 13 to 15. The palace should be open although some opening times may be altered. The only way to know is to check at... More
The usual date is May 13, but if it falls on a weekend they move it. The total time of the celebration is 13 to 15. The palace should be open although some opening times may be altered. The only way to know is to check at the palace itself, unfortunately. I would normally check for you because I live behind the palace, but right now I am visiting Turkey.