The Buddhist temple was built after the palace was built. There are many tourists here every day. A common Cambodian saying: “If you make no mistakes, you dare swear in front of the temple.” Some tourists bring incense, offerings and money. Others pray empty-handed. On very crowded days, you should be careful that pickpockets steal mobile phones and wallets. Outside the palace, the square is next to the Mekong River. Every day there are many people coming and going. The night is more lively, many people will cool here, children will play football in the square. Very civilized place.
Preah ang Dornkeu Shrine is a small temple on the four-arm Bay River in Phnom Penh, but don't underestimate it. The incense fire is very strong. Every day, there are a lotus people coming here in groups to send their lotus flowers, release animals, etc. So you'll find a lot of animals flying around free, and a lotus vendors selling them.