Splendid Cambodian architecture, if you don't know, I still think it is a temple. We are renting a car to play, passing here, the driver introduced it, did not stop to see, not far from the independent monument. At first, it was thought to be a temple, but later it was the Supreme Court, and the Phnom Penh is a very central place, and the courts, the palace, the Piazza de la Independency, the museum are within walking distance, so it's easy to find.
At first I thought it was a temple, but I couldn't get in for a long time, and then I opened the map and looked at the Supreme Court of Cambodia. It's a Buddhist country, even the Supreme Court has made public office space look like a temple. Finally, a small door was found to come in and turn around, and then the staff called out.
Cambodia Supreme Court in Phnom Penh is a very independent building, this court has a very strong character, the entire structure of the Supreme Court is quite good, is a separate building, located in the center of the bustling street, very easy to find.
The front gates were locked so I was unable to walk inside the grounds but I did get a look at the outside of the building and through the main doors to the building. It’s a nice building .
This is an interesting structure worth noticing as you walk by. Notice the Khmer architecture from the outside. The interior doesn't seem to be accessible to tourists.
The Supreme Court Building is situated in Street 240's next to the Palace harbours a small collection of boutiques and souvenir shops. The building sits distintively particular photogenic in the late afternoon, the red roof and gold trim glowing in the low sun.