I would highly recommend going at night as the monument looks more grand and beautiful as it is a main feature with it's lights!
located at the intersection of nordom and sihanouk blvds stands a reddish coloured khmer architecure structure marking the freedom of the country from foreign rule. do make an effort to visit this structure during the night when the cleverly blended coloured lighting makes the monument really a sight to behold. on two sides of the monument there are huge open... More
During the day it didn't look particularly special but at night it was lit in a golden light which made it far more interesting photo, however it now worth a special trip and you Tuk tuk is likely to go past at some point.
It is a hallmark of the city and the country. Very Pretty toi at night when illuminated. It is a place of unmistakable reference.
If there is one monument that is most popular in Cambodia it is the Independence Monument. You see it in every Cambodian Riel when you changed your foreign money to the local currency. It is a beautiful landmark located along a main thoroughfare in Phnom Penh and is well lighted at night. It was designed by Cambodian's renowned architect, Vann... More
Great photo opportunities large walking park will plenty of shaded areas .emty during day so very quiet and tranquil .avery clean and beautiful area
Good as a landmark navigating the city as it is relatively high. Looks a bit nicer at night with lights on it. Built in 1953 for - yes, you guessed it - independence from France!
At night great Area for people watching. Well landscaped and non dusty roads. Locals come out in force and the surrounding parks fill up with locals. We sat on a bench a couple of blocks down from the monument and watched people line dancing to pop music in the park and whizzing past on scooters. Felt really safe as everyone... More
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