Tonle Bati, Phnom Penh

-Overview Tonle Bati is a small lake and popular picnic spot for the locals - bamboo picnic stands and mats by the water. On the road to Tonle Bati there are two Angkorian era temples, Ta Prohm and Yeay Peau. Both temples were built under Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century during the same period that Bayon and Angkor Thom in Siem Reap were constructed.Ta Prohm is the more extensive and impressive of the two, displaying a number of very well-preserved carvings. Yeay Peau is a si...
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Koh Dach, Phnom Penh

Koh Dach, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
-OverviewKoh Dach, Phnom Penh is an island about 15km north of Phnom Penh on the Mekong River. There are two reasons to visit this 30 square kilometre island -- for the beach, or to check out the handicrafts that local artisans make. The beach is very popular with locals on the weekends but during the week you will have the run of the place.You can get to Koh Dach by catching a tourist boat from the Tonle Sap -- many pleasure cruises on the Mekong include a stop here in their i...
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Wat Ounalom, Phnom Penh

Wat Ounalom, Phnom Penh
-Overview Wat Ounalom Phnom Penh is reputedly the oldest of the five pagodas that have been founded during Phnom Penh’s first era as a capital in the early 15th century. Today the Wat is also home to the Buddhist patriarch.This is the headquarters of the Cambodian Buddhist patriarchate, founded in 1443, comprising 44 structures. The head of the country's Buddhist brotherhood lives here as do some monks. See the statue of Samdech Huot Tat, fourth patriarch of Cambodian Buddhism, who ...
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Center & Eastern

Center & Eastern Part is a region of Cambodia and includes the provinces of Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and hub to major Rice Bowl to the northeastern plateau stretching to the Mekong River border with Laos. ExploreSiem Reap – a gateway to visit hundred of ancient temples of Angkor Archeological Park know Angkor Phnom Penh – the capital of Cambodia with charm of colonial French building and​​​​​ oasis of modern capital city.
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Phnom Penh City

Royal Palace, Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh is the capital and largest city in Cambodia and also its major business, political and cultural hub. This city has a wide selection of tourist attractions including the elegant and opulent Royal Palace that is home to the reigning King of Cambodia. One of the highlights on a visit to the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which houses an impressive collection of Buddhist treasure and has over 5,000 silver floor tiles creating an absolutely shimmering atmosphere. The National Museum is locat...
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