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Ladies have a dress code... even shawl is not allowed, need to wear T Shirt and Jean/Slacks. Entrance fee a bit costly, not much of a shelter when it rains or when its scorching hot from the sun... a LOT of walking... not advisable to...More
I enjoyed visiting this temple. Although it's not huge, there was lots to look at that was interesting to a tourist like myself. I would definately recommend stopping by, especially as it's so close to the waterfront and the Royal Palace. It's also free to...More
...near the Royal Palace and the tourist area along Sisowath Quay. Glad I came. Temple is well maintained and has some interesting objects, especially the huge mandala. I also liked the bull and elephant statues. Tuk tuk touts out front are annoying.
We dropped into see Wat Ounalom as it’s located basically very close to the Royal Palace which we had just visited. It’s the headquarters for Cambodian Buddhism. It’s here that the top monk resides. In its earlier days it was used as a library for...More
Not much to say really. This is just a temple where people can pray. It is free and very pretty. A lot of statues of Buddah and Monks are around too. Nice place to go if you just want to take in some culture.