I have complained about it before. When I came to Cambodia to see temples, the biggest pain was that many names did not match. If it weren’t for the distance to be checked by Ctrip, and there are pictures of scenic spots, it’s really hard for me to know that this temple was originally called Lanka Temple. It’s a big temple, but I didn’t see a monk, and there were very few Many tourists are here, so I took a lot of feelings that belong to me.
There are actually quite a few temples in Phnom Penh, but their temples are not as large as Thailand's majestic and crowded. Lanka Temple is one of the relatively large temples among many temples. When I came in, it was only me and another girl. The two tourists were very quiet. Then a taxi driver at the door told us that the temple was closed today. It's really interesting. Does the temple here, like a Chinese museum, have weekly holidays?
This old Lankan temple is in the center of Phnom Penh. I passed by yesterday. It is very beautiful to see outside. It is highly recommended. But I didn’t have time yesterday, so I just took a look outside.
A peaceful pagoda and temple grounds with places to meditate and speak with monks. Especially pretty in early morning or at sunset.
Play games near wat rare
This pagoda is the famous one in Phnom Penh. The building inside is really beautiful.
Wat Langka is a sanctuary for the Holy Writings and a meeting place for Cambodian and Sri Lankan monks, the Wat was named in honor of these meetings. Just southwest of the Independence Monument.
not a great spot for gift-buying unless you're looking for a 10-foot-long reclining one for someone special.