They are very similar in all aspects, but they are different after all. There are many small sculptures and buildings in this one. The monks keep clean and maintenance work. No tickets are required. The location is behind a museum, it is not difficult to find, it is worth seeing. This is a pagoda for monks. It is dirty, but the building is very good. We can see many Buddha statues standing in the building and people can go there to pray.
One of the oldest temples in Phnom Penh, many people go to
Sarawan Temple is a very important temple here. This temple is also very traditional in the golden style of Phnom Penh. The overall scale of the temple is not very large. You can experience a lot of rich forms in the temple. You can also watch it. Museums around you.
One of the five oldest temples in Phnom Penh, hidden deep in the bustling city, the monks are very friendly.
The scenery is beautiful, quiet, and peaceful.
Wat Sarawan on streets 172/19 a short walk from the National Museum. Believed to be one of the five original wats in Phnom Penh. An interesting mix of architecture spanning many generations with imag...
I came to Wat Sarawan especially by tuk tuk but it was under renovation so there was not much to see.
Stopped here on the way to the mountain to take some photos. About 15 minutes is enough to get all of the good ones. The paintings are amazing. See my photos. Enjoy.
Actually, the entrance on Street 172 sees the most local traffic, including monks preparing to make their morning rounds. Not on most tourists' agendas, this is a local, working wat.
They are all very similar yet very different. This one has many smaller statues and buildings. The monks are working on cleaning and restoring. Free entry. Located just behind the museum. Worth a ...