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Temple of the Mountains

Wat Phnom

A Buddhist temple built in 1373 stands 27 metres above the ground and is therefore the tallest religious structure in the city of Phnom Penh.

P. Baksei Chamkrong, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Opening Hours

Daily: 7 am - 5 pm


Adults: USD 1

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Attractions near to Temple of the Mountains

  • Royal Palace

    The palace is the residence of the king of Cambodia since the 1860s with the only period of absence being the reign of the Khmer Rouge.

  • Silver Pagoda

    Located right next to the Royal Palace, it holds national treasures such as golden and jeweled Buddha statues (the Emerald Buddha).

  • Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

    Originally a high school, the museum is built on the site of the infamous Security Prison 21, where thousands were tortured by Khmer Rouge.

  • Central Market

    The large market was constructed in 1937 in the shape of a dome with four branches with countless stalls recently underwent a renovation.

  • National Museum of Cambodia

    The largest museum of cultural history and archeology in Phnom Penh and one of the largest collections of Khmer art in the entire world.

  • Independence Monument

    Built in 1958 to commemorate Cambodia's in­dependence from France ever since 1953. A lotus-shaped stupa stands in the centre of the city.

  • Sisowath Quay Riverwalk

    The beautiful riverwalk facing the Royal Palace of Cambodia lined with palm trees is a great way to relax at a slow pace.

  • Wat Ounalom Temple

    The most important wat in Phnom Penh and a centre of the Cambodian Buddhism estabilished in 1443.

  • Wat Botum Vathey

    The temple is located to the south of the Royal Palace of Cambodia and is one of the most important and original pagodas in Phnom Penh.

  • Russian Market

    Originally visited predominantly by Russian tourists, this is the place to haggle for a wide variety of goods and souvenirs.

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