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I thought $10 was expensive for the visit because:
a. It did not come with free audio tour devices
b. Since the royal family still lives there, many places are closed for visiting.
Otherwise, a neat place, nothing overboard. Worth a visit to understand the...More
Recommended by our Tuk Tuk
Driver & not disappointed. We opted to go solo rather than take a guide ... although we did hear a few guides explanations on route. We were there for just under an hour. Beautiful place - good price $10 for...More
We've read extensively on the web to see if it pays to visit this "public" facility. It was Sunday morning and the palace opens only from 13.00h. At this time the sun burns unbearably. And importantly, unfortunately, very few facilities are really accessible to visitors...More
Although visitors aren't allowed inside most of the buildings, the grounds are impressive and the gardens are very well cared for. There are several small sights within the walls of the Palace, so it make for a pleasant couple of hours. The crowds were not...More
It’s a must see in Phnom Penh. Entrance fee is USD10. Opens Daily from 08:00 – 17:00. Give yourself up to 1.5 hours to see the all the places within. There are 4 main structures of which the Silver Pagoda and the Throne Room can...More
We actually got a guide in this palace and it was worthwhile, had many insights into the history and many things we would not normally know and there are not many signs around. The palace was great and showed so much history for the region.
Worth seeing if you are Phnom Penh to tick it off the list and to take photos but to be honest not much to see inside as most of the palace is not open to the public and the entrance fee is quite high.
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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.