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Not much to say really. Its just a house on the road, with one guard sitting outside. You cant go in, nice for a photo, and thats about it. Not worth going out of your way to see. The royal temple is opposite, a lot...More
Unable to rate it comprehensively since one could only view it from the outside. The attractions nearby - the park, the temple and opportunities to get a peek into the daily lives of folks - add to the lure!
Set in a green park area which is well maintained by numerous workers, the Royal Palace is an impressive building.
The surrounding area is quite busy on the roads and there are plenty of Chinese tourists as well as Cambodian and European.
Great to come...More
With just 2 sentences about this place on Wikipedia, there is not much to be said about the Royal Residence. This is the accommodation for the King when he is in town and is closed to the public. The shrubs are nicely pruned. Opposite the...More
Royal Residence is not really a attraction. But just crossing the small road is the famous Two sister's temple - Preah Ang Chek Preah Ang Chom Temple is located. Opposite to the Royal residence are the tall trees of the big Royal Gardens. Really a...More
It's a relaxing place for locals and tourists alike. If you have time during the day, it's worth taking a walk here to observe the local way of life, how they pray at the temple nearby, how to release birds for good karma, how they...More