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  • Royal Palace is situated at the heart of the city of Angkor Thom, the Royal Palace area is distinguished by two terraces that...

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  • The abhidharma Pitaka contains philosophical, psychological, and doctrinal discussions and classifications...

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  • The distinctive art-deco styling of the Central Market makes it stand out among the architecture of Phnom Penh...

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  • In addition to Toul Sleng, there is another place where Khmer Rouge killed people. That place is in Wat Chheung...

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  • Keung Preah Bat houses the footprints of the four Buddhas who have already reached enlightenment. Those Buddhas are...

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  • Kunthabopha stupa was built in 1960 as the resting place for the ashes of Princess Norodom Kunthabopha, the daughter of...

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  • The National Museum of Phnom Penh is instantly recognizable, with its warm red terracotta and its gracefully curved...

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  • Phnom Khan Malineati Borapat Kailasha or Phnom Mondul is the Buddha left his footprints on the stone. On...

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  • In addition to the main tourist attractions above, Phnom Penh offers a number of other cultural sites and places to...

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  • Cambodia’s Royal Palace, located along Sothearos Boulevard, and was built in 1866, during the reign of king Norodom...

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  • So-named because of the prevalence of items from the Eastern Bloc in past time, the Russian Market today is a...

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  • War Preah Keo Morakot is located in the southern portion of the Royal Palace complex. The pagoda was formerly known...

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  • The Sutta Pitaka, a collection of discourses, is primarily composed of dialogues between the Buddha and other people...

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  • A stroll or Cyclo ride along the park lined riverfront is a must-pubs, restaurants, shops and tourist...

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  • Toul Sleng Genocidal Museum is the former Toul Sleng High School. In 1975, during the Khmer Rouge regime, the school...

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  • The Vinaya Pitaka, the code of monastic discipline, consists of more than 225 rules governing the conduct of Buddhist...

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  • Located a short distance from the Royal Palace, the heart of the capital Wat Phnom is popular with Cambodians and...

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  • Wat Unaloam, located near the royal place, is an ideal monastery for tourists to learn about Cambodia’s Buddhism. This...

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