The Palace of Phnom Penh, also known as the Great Palace of Four Arms Bay, was built by King Norodom in 1866-1870 at the confluence of the Upper Mekong, Donglisa, Lower Mekong and Bassa rivers. It was designed by the top architects of Cambodia and is the palace of the King of Cambodia. The palace's architecture is of high cotton traditional architectural style and religious color. The palace has steeple, representing prosperity. The palace body is painted in yellow and white, yellow represents Buddhism, and white represents Brahmanism. The palace was initially built of wood and then rebuilt into a cement structure, but it maintained its original style. The murals in the corridor around the palace are elaborate Indian mythological stories drawn by 40 artists. The palace is rectangular, 435 meters long and 402 meters wide. It has a wall outside. There are more than 20 buildings in it. The building is rich in Khmer traditional style and religious color, mostly yellow and white, yellow represents Buddhism, white represents Brahmanism, so it looks golden. In the center of the roof of the palace building, there are tall spires, the two ends of the roof are pointed upward, beautiful in shape and brilliant in gold and blue. The whole palace is divided into two parts. The northern part of the palace is inhabited by the Royal family. Visitors can not enter the palace. The southern part of the palace is the Silver Palace. Each part has its own wall, with a passage in the middle and a door connecting. In addition to foreign tourists, local Cambodians also worship a lot. Entering the Coronation Palace and the Silver Palace, you need to take off your shoes and hats, and take off your shoes on the shoe rack outside the gate. Photography is strictly prohibited in the palace.