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Went to the" top of the hill" .that is what Phnom means. 27 metres high hill in the city. And we saw a large queue of people ready to give "donation" as meat and eggs
To the 3 stone lions and get rid of all...More
A Buddhist temple situated on a 27-meter high hill, Wat Phnom is an important historical site in Phnom Penh and the city’s only hill. Legend has it that a Khmer woman named Daun Penh discovered four sacred Buddha statues in the nearby river, after which...More
We visited a few wats in Phnom Penh and this was my favorite place to visit. The cost is only $1 for foreigners and free for locals. There are a few steps but not many to the top. Once there, you have a decent view...More
The sanctuary itself was rebuilt several times in the 19th century and again in 1926. The interior has a central altar complex with a large bronze seated Buddha surrounded by other statues, flowers, candles and items of devotion and worship.
Good for people watching. Happened to be festival. Lots of people with offerings such as stalks of lotus flowers an even whole roasted pigs. Devotees stream in to the lower prayer hall to pray and place their joss sticks. Main hall after going up the...More
There are basically 2 relative seasons there (rainy & dry). The sun rises early appx. late 5am+ to 6am (Cambodian time). Usually it should be appropriate from mid-7am+ after a good breakfast! Hope I answer your question... More
There are basically 2 relative seasons there (rainy & dry). The sun rises early appx. late 5am+ to 6am (Cambodian time). Usually it should be appropriate from mid-7am+ after a good breakfast! Hope I answer your question. Have a good journey! Be safe and cheers!