The palace is situated on the Bank of the Donglisa River. There will be many pigeons flying around on the square in front of the main entrance. It feels very peaceful. The whole palace is gorgeous in color and golden in color. It is very beautiful under the sun. The visitors are also moderate. It is much cleaner than the Thai palace. The Coronation Hall is not allowed to enter, but can only be visited outside the door and can not take internal photographs, but the king can only enter the hall on the day of coronation is also very interesting. Turning around the main hall, there are beautiful murals in the back corridor, which are records of Khmer Dynasty history. The famous Silver Palace is to take off shoes to enter, but it seems that many of the palaces and temples visited in Phnom Penh have to take off shoes. Finally, I was deeply impressed by a large portrait of Prince Sihanouk in front of the palace, which showed that Cambodians respected and loved the old king with Chinese border.