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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
Ounalum is an easy to visit temple due to its location in Phom Penh. Its beautifull, so its recommended to visit. Because of the location on a hill, you'll also have a nice view on the surroundings of the temple.
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
Response from travelbug47london | Reviewed this property |
No, you can just walk in from one of the two entrances...
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JBR Royal Palace, Phnom Penh (2 Replies)
Having to do a border run from Thailand I once again made a brief (2N1D) visit to Phnom Penh on October 19th. The main event was a visit to the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda. I flew in and out with Air Asia from Bangkok. The plane arrived in Phnom Penh at 4pm, 20 minutes ahead of schedule. The visa on arrival desk was very busy and I had been sitting at the back of the plane, so I did not get my visa until 20 minutes after landing. The border post counters were also busy and there were...More
October 23, 2013|
Lovely report, we have not been to the Palace since 2002, i enjoyed your report and might give it another visit in January.
How to spend a heart beat of time in Phnom Penh (5 Replies)
My DH & I are on an organised tour of Vietnam/Cambodia. Our last stop is Phnom Penh. We arrive on the evening of the 13/5 from Siem Reap by road. Assuming we aren't too tired what do you recommend to do that evening. We are staying at Le Mont Hotel. On the 14/5 we have a full day planned sightseeing(Morning- The Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, national Museum, Wat Ounalom, Central market, Afternoon- Genocide museum, killing fields). Our evening is free. We may just want to chill due to the...More
April 27, 2018|
Response fromJohn D|
Evening cruise on the mekong river from 5 pm till 8.30 pm then visit diamond island ,walk the board walk .walk underground shopping centre between Naga world casino number 1 and Naga world number 2 .watch free entertainment at Naga world number 1 in the hotel lobby .visit Phnom Penh towers on the 25 th floor 360 ° views of Phnom Penh with only a 1 metre high glass wall surrounding the sky bar open until midnight .best times 5.30 pm watch the sun set over Phnom Penh city ,plus a 1001 other...More
Three days in Phnom Penh (113 Replies)
I loved Phnom Penh. The city is noisy and hectic but so vibrant. We have thoroughly enjoyed our three days and look forward to returning in a week or so. I apologize now for the length and fully understand anyone who wants to stop reading now...lol Day 1 Arrived by Mekong Express...after a seven hour journey. Was not a particularly pleasant bus ride...my window was cracked badly and stuck together with plastic covering and duct tape so we were unable to see out. Bus guide was rude and...More
January 24, 2013|
Sam the man is simply the best, so pleased you found him so nice, we just love him! As do many visitors and ex pats. Great report, I too love daughters of Cambodia and stock up with gifts!