Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #1 in Khan Daun Penh, Cambodia
Explore Khan Daun Penh in Cambodia with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.All Sightseeing Tours in Khan Daun Penh Individual Sights in Khan Daun Penh
Sight 1: Saravon Decho Pagoda
Wat Saravan, officially Wat Saravan Techo, is a wat in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It is located to the northwest of the Royal Palace of Cambodia and southwest of Wat Ounalom. It is said to have over 3,400 manuscripts in what has been described as the largest library in the country.
Sight 2: National Museum of Cambodia
The National Museum of Cambodia is Cambodia's largest museum of cultural history and is the country's leading historical and archaeological museum. It is located in Chey Chumneas, Phnom Penh.
Sight 3: Ounalom Pagoda
Wat Ounalom is a wat located on Sisowath Quay in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, near the Royal Palace of Cambodia. As the seat of Cambodia's Mohanikay Order, it is the most important wat of Phnom Penh, and the center of Cambodian Buddhism. It was established in 1443 and consists of 44 structures. It was damaged during the Khmer Rouge period but has since been restored. The main complex houses a stupa that contains what is believed to be an eyebrow hair of Lord Buddha and an inscription in Pali.
Sight 4: Royal Palace
The Royal Palace of Cambodia is a complex of buildings which serves as the royal residence of the King of Cambodia. Its full name in Khmer is the Preah Barom Reacheaveang Chaktomuk Serey Mongkol . The Cambodian monarchs have occupied it since it was built in the 1860s, with a period of absence when the country came into turmoil during and after the reign of the Khmer Rouge.
Sight 5: Silver Pagoda
The Silver Pagoda is located on the south side of the Royal Palace in Chey Chumneas, Phnom Penh. The official name is Wat Ubaosoth Ratanaram, also known as Wat Preah Keo Morakot which is commonly shortened to Wat Preah Keo in Khmer.
Sight 6: Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument
The Cambodia–Vietnam Friendship Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, is a large concrete monument commemorating the former alliance between Vietnam and Cambodia. It was built in the late 1970s by the communist regime that took power after the Cambodian-Vietnamese War, which overthrew the Khmer Rouge regime. The monument is located at the Botum Park near the centre of Phnom Penh not far from the Royal Palace. It features heroic statues of Vietnamese and Cambodian soldiers in the "Socialist realist" style developed in the Soviet Union in the 1930s, together with images of a woman and baby representing Cambodian civilians. The monument is in a popular park in the middle of the city.
Sight 7: Krom Ngoy statue
Krom Ngoy was a Cambodian poet and a master of khsae diev. His fame spread to Thailand at that time, not now and he was invited to sing for the then Thai King. He was well liked by the king and officials and was entitled "Phai-ros Loe Koern" in Thai or "Phirum Pheasa Ou" in Khmer which would mean one who is excellent in the use of language.
Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.
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