Our hotel is in a good location. In the middle of the two streets, the palace is on the right when we go out of the hotel door. In the front of the Palace Street is the Cambodian-Vietnamese Friendship Memorial Tower. The tower is located on the central axis of the street. There are many square, many pedestrians have a rest and play in the evening, many young people are dancing in the square, there are big stalls on the side roads, and many people are eating supper night. During the day, the memorial tower stands tall and magnificent.
You can see it with the Independence Square. After all, it's just over there. It should be red. It was made after Khmer. It witnessed the friendship between the two peoples. It also has a certain historical background. You can understand it. By the way, it's OK. Of course, this monument was built by Vietnam at the expense of Vietnam.
Located near the Monument of Independence, it was built after Vietnam overthrew the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia in 1979. In the evening, there are fountains and lighting performances, and group exercisers. Close to the Independence Monument, there's a Sihanouk in between.
There are many landmarks in Phnom Penh, including the Tashan Temple, the Independent Monument and the Cambodian-Vietnamese Friendship Tower. In front of the tower, there is a wide green square, while the thin and tall Golden Roof Tower glitters in the sunshine. Under the tower, there are several statues of soldiers with Cambodian and Vietnamese flags embedded on the pillars to commemorate the friendship and peace between the two countries.
In a park with a larger lawn. The flags of Cambodia and Vietnam are on one side of the outer wall. In front of them were two soldiers and women holding statues of children. The East Vietnam Friendship Tower was built after Vietnam occupied Cambodia and overthrew the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979.