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We were walking around Sisowath Quay and decided to stop in for a short visit. It was extremely hot and humid outside so we didn’t stay for very long. Plus, the main temple seemed to be locked. It was okay because the wat was nicely...More
Wat Ounalom is reputedly the oldest of the five pagodas that have been founded during Phnom Penh’s first era as a capital in the early 15th century.
Wat Ounalom is the centre of Cambodian Buddhism and serves as the abode of the Patriarch of the...More
The temple is in the city center, close to all other attractions, so you may consider visiting - the temple outside is quite interesting, with many sculptures and other interesting sights. Unfortunately, the main temple is not very exciting inside - there are some Buddha...More
Wat Ounalom is the seat of the Buddhist patriarch of Cambodia and is thought to be the oldest Buddhist foundation in Phnom Penh, parts of it dating back to the 15th century.
An old wooden sign at the entrance to the main temple welcomes foreigners...More