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We enjoy visiting pagodas. The architecture of each one offers something unique; almost like snowflakes, no two are alike. They are doing some renovation, but the pagoda is still open and we took the stairs to the second floor and walked around, looking at everything....More
Hidden gem that stood out among typical buildings from the gold and white paint and beautiful roofs, a little peace can be felt upon entrance especially from the on going traffic two meters away. A truly harmonious place as we learnt a lot of animals...More
My husband is Buddhist so he spotted the pagoda spires and wanted to visit. We were lucky enough to meet an English speaking monk Who told us about the local area, and explained the history of this Khmer Pagoda.
He also gave us a great...More
More correctly known as "Chua Munirensay" each floor of this Khmer pagoda has its own interest and appeal. It was very quiet when I visited and restful. Monks and young initiates are seen working on various tasks. There is an interesting shop on the ground...More
I'm a Buddhist so I like to pop in to see temples and pagodas. This is a Khmer monastery and very rare to find. So I went. While taking photos, I chatted up with a bhante. He told me the Khmer s in vn face...More
Able to see this as part of our city tour with Eco Tours. This was a free service from Eco Tour and our guide was apologetic that he didn't fully understand the Khmer Buddhism but the Pagoda was a beauty in the middle of a...More