If you like a Buddhist temple and the opportunity to give thanks, this is beautiful and worth getting too It’s also classified as the exact center of Cambodia... bit of trivia for you! $1 to get in and it’s a beautiful place to sit and...More
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This is an ancient Holy site amongst the Buddhists and is quite beutiful. Shoes are to be removed near the temple, and it's a steep climb to get to it but worth the walk.
Temples of Buddha, Vishnu, and other divinities. Very much in use, local people come and pray, incense everywhere, spiritual and peaceful place, feel the gods presence. Located in the middle of the city, high up, also offers a nice (partial) view of the city. Depends...More
The Wat is close by the National Palace complex where hoards of tourists hover. But just a few blocks away is a quiet and peaceful retreat - the Wat. While you must climb quite a few steps to enter, it is worth your time and...More
We stopped in the evening and visited the temple. The peace, tranquility and spirituality were palpable. Incense was burning inside and out, candles were lit inside, and a most serene Buddha gazed down. I bought some temple incense from a severely handicapped young man who...More
Phnom Penh is not as rich as Siem Reap with monuments and historical temples. So for Phnom Penh it is important monument to visit.
A nice place to visit. The entry fee is only 1USD. Can spend approx 20 to 30 minutes here. It is temple located at the heart of the city