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Very nice place to visit as it is currently used or part of it is. Even so many parts to explore and chance for some great photos. Well worth the price.
See the Emerald Buddha like in Thailand but this place is not as busy...More
We were just planning to look around, but got talked into paying for a guide/employee of the Palace. So glad we did. He was knowledge and friendly, with just the right balance between seriousness and humor.
It was really pretty here. Pleasant to walk around. Some places you can see in but can't enter. It was just a nice break from the crazy but nothing dramatically impressive. I went with a tour group and the guide gave us loads of info...More
Visited this place as part of half day Phnom Penh city tour. Go there early to avoid bus loads of tourists. Amazed by the pruned trees n pretty flowers. Also viewed exhibits of gifts presented to the king. Go with a tour guide to better...More
The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh , remind us of the reign of Kingdom in Cambodia and the people respect to the Royal Families.
It is a beautiful Khmer Structure and building with different places inside covered with lawns and trees.
It is opened to...More
An interesting combination of Franco-Cambodian architecture still inhabited by the royal family. The coronation room is stunning with tiers of thrones, a massive carpet and beautiful chandeliers.
The grounds are exquisite laid out and tended to perfection.
We saw it uncrowded - just the usual...More
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The usual date is May 13, but if it falls on a weekend they move it. The total time of the celebration is 13 to 15. The palace should be open although some opening times may be altered. The only way to know is to check at... More
The usual date is May 13, but if it falls on a weekend they move it. The total time of the celebration is 13 to 15. The palace should be open although some opening times may be altered. The only way to know is to check at the palace itself, unfortunately. I would normally check for you because I live behind the palace, but right now I am visiting Turkey.