When you come to Phnom Penh, the most not to be missed is the Royal Palace. The Royal Palace of Phnom Penh is located in Cambodia, just like the Forbidden City in China. It was built by King Norodom from 1866 to 1870. It is located in the east of Phnom Penh and faces the Four Arms Bay formed by the Mekong River, the Tonle River and the Basha River. It is a symbol of the rights of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The Palace of Phnom Penh is composed of a group of golden roofs and yellow walls. It is exquisitely shaped and magnificent, including more than 20 large and small palaces such as Chaya Hall, Golden Temple, Silver Temple, Dance Hall and Treasure Hall. The palace has spires, which represent prosperity. The temple is dominated by yellow and white. Yellow represents Buddhism and white represents Brahmanism. On the cloister of the building is a magnificent relief mural depicting the Angkor Temple and the achievements and religious stories of the dynasties. However, because there is a royal residence in the north part, visitors cannot visit it. The silver temple in the south is available for visits. Although the city does not speak, the building reflects the history of the city with bricks and tiles.