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Royal Palace

4.4/5739 Reviews
Palace
8:00-11:00, 14:00-17:00, admission stopped 1 hour before closing (Local time)
The Royal Palace of Phnom Penh, also known as Preah Barom Reachea Vaeng Chaktomuk, is named after the intersection of the Mekong River, the Tonle Sap River and the Bassac River. This is the palace of the King of Cambodia. It is composed of a group of golden roofs and yellow walls. It consists of many large and small palaces such as Chaya Hall, Golden Temple and Silver Temple. It is exquisitely shaped and magnificent, full of traditional Khmer architecture and religious tone. On the cloister of the building is a magnificent relief mural depicting Angkor Wat, depicting the achievements and religious stories of the dynasties. Local residents and monks alike enjoy keeping cool on the spacious lawn in front of the palace, it's extremely lively.

Angkor Wat Complex

4.6/52,771 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
5:00-17:30 every day. (Local time)
Angkor Wat is the common name for the Angkor complex of temples. It is one of Cambodia's landmarks as well as a representative symbol of the country. It is located 6km north of Siem Reap. Angkor Wat combines the two basic elements of Cambodia temple architecture—altars and corridors—in a highly regimented and symmetrical complex of buildings. There are more than 600 extant structures. Some of the most famous include the Angkor Temple, Angkor Thom, Bakheng, Ta Prohm and Banteay Srei.

Banteay Srei

4.5/51,642 Reviews
Historical Site
Monday-Sunday 5:00-17:00 (Local time)
Banteay Srei is located near Phnom Kulen in Northeast Angkor Thom. It is a unique and exquisite building among Angkor's monuments. It is famous for its bright colors and exquisite reliefs. It is known as the “Gem of Angkor Art”. The name Banteay Srei means “women's castle”, which is supposed to have been constructed and carved by women. Its Central Tower and large library contain a large number of statues. Its walls, columns and other architectural surfaces are full of reliefs, complex shapes and soft lines. Unlike the green sandstones used in most of the Angkor monuments, Banteay Srei was built using Khmer-specific red clay, which is extremely colorful and keeps the carvings intact.

Bayon Temple

4.5/51,431 Reviews
Historical Site
6:00-17:00 (Local time)

Angkor Thom

4.4/5662 Reviews
Historical Site
6:00-17:00 (Local time)
Tongwangcheng is also called the Great Angkor and Angkor City. It has been destroyed many times in the war and has been rebuilt several times. It is the heart of Angkor's monuments. At its peak, the population reached millions. Today, the remains of the ancient city of Bayon Temple, Bapong Temple, and the Palace of the Sky are the main attractions of the tour. The East Gate was once the location of the movie "Tomb Raider", and there is a "Victory Gate" on the north side of the East Gate that leads directly to the Royal Palace and is dedicated to the King and the Triumph Army.

Beng Mealea

4.4/51,369 Reviews
Historical Site
6:00-17:00 (Local time)
Beng Mealea is a mysterious, hidden temple in the Angkor heritage complex, its name means “Lotus Pond”. On the dirt road in front of Beng Mealea, there is a multi-headed snake statue, and the river flower pond next to it has dried up. Beng Mealea's size and design style is similar to that of Angkor Wat. Today, there are only broken pillars, collapsed walls and ruins in the temple, leaving traces of war and earthquake. Surrounded by jungle, it appears to be in a state of even flux. Many well-known movies and TV series such as Tomb Raider have been filmed here.

Choeung Ek

4.1/5155 Reviews
Cemetery
8:00-17:30 (Local time)
The killing ground in the southern suburbs of Phnom Penh was once the concentration camp of the Khmer Rouge, where a large number of tortures from the Khmer Rouge period and the remains of the victims were displayed. Most of the victims here were prisoners from the S-21 prison, including men, women and children and babies. If you want to know the history of this sad Cambodian tears, you can visit here.

Preah Khan

4.3/5664 Reviews
Historical Site
Located northeast of Angkor Thom, Preah Khan (the Temple of the Holy Sword) was built in the 12th century. According to legend, it was built by King Jayavarman VII to honor his father. It is one of the larger temples in the Angkor area. Entering from the eastern entrance, there is a two-story building with Mediterranean-style circular pillars, which is said to have been used to store the holy sword. The interior of the temple is cross-shaped. At its heart is the central sanctuary. The four sides are connected by vaulted promenades to the east, south, west and north gates, with vestibules outside the gates.

Wat Ounalom

4.3/5104 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site

Baphuon Temple

4.4/5304 Reviews
Historical Site
Temple
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