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The place is called Silver Pagoda not because of the building's color but because the floors are made of Silver. These were covered with carpets though to ensure there will be no more further damage to the place.
Take this in as you visit the palace. An opulent room with gold and silver everywhere. A sacred place so shoes off and no photos at all. The photos I have include are seen outside in the courtyard of it.
A majestic grandeur was all over the place, however not well maintained. There were beautiful paintaings on the walls of the surrounding hallways, but now majorly destroyed as paints and cement are scattered all over the paintings.
Inside the pagoda, the beautiful silver floor tiles...More
With same entrance ticket to Royal Palace, just proceed to Silver Pagoda. Wonderful place and amazing architecture. 1-2 hours is not enough to stop and watch the longest painting on the wall, about 602 meters as per our guide. Many stupas, some locked while others...More
Silver Pagoda is located in the Royal palace. The steps leading up to the Silver Pagoda are Italian Marble. It is known as the Silver Pagoda because of the 5329 Silver tiles that cover the floor. It houses many national treasures. One of the best...More
This is a very nice visit as was the entire Royal Palace. This Pagoda has many Buddha statues. A lot of silver and gold in this place. The highlight in the Emerald Buddha, which is made from green crystal.
An incredible place to go, if you like temples. So hot, so humid, but that is what we expected. The amazing detail and colours. The history of the colours!
We travelled with Cruiseco and they made everything so bearable with the sightseeing length of time,...More
Response from crunchie3 | Reviewed this property |
We had a half day tour which included the palace and the old prison, but ours was part of our package from Riviera Travel, I am sure your hotel could arrange a Taxi that would carry out this tour while you are in Phnom Penh
Response from mesnandscott | Reviewed this property |
You can get in as part of Royal Palace. Be sure to be covered up, no short shorts or sleeveless shirts. They give you a map and you can follow the crowd. Once you get into courtyard area you are free to wander.