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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.
We visited here on our way to the Royal Palace which is just a few minutes away. Not a great deal to say about it. iThere is a hindu statue and has a classroom for students. It is very nice and worth a visit as...More
A bit of fun, our group were blessed by a monk so sat on the floor and had water sprayed all over us, got a red wool plated bracelet to help with our blessing, gave a donation for the experience. We enjoyed it.
Wat Ounalom and the Royal Palace are both close by. Seeing the local sites, either on foot or via tuk-tuk is an easy one day orientation to anyone visiting Phnom Penh for the first time. If you've got the stamina, you might also consider venturing...More
My family and I made a quick stop here after visiting the Royal Palace, which is just a stone's throw away. In all honesty, we didn't really get to explore much of this temple, as it had started to rain heavily not long after we...More
You cannot avoid this Wat. Along the Riverside. But there are many fake monks as well as real monks on the take operating in Cambodia. Government has come down hard on them. Remember, you should never have to pay a monk for anything. Also, respect...More
Founded in 1443 AD, Wat Ounalom is the center of Cambodian Buddhism. Located on Sisoulath Quay, near the Royal Palace of Cambodia, the monument Buddhist compound features elaborate stupas and a monastry.