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The Silver Pagoda is within the Royal Palace complex and the most visited of the Palace buildings. It is best to keep an eye on the traffic flow going in and then make your decision to enter. It is one way round. There is so...More
The whole complex is stunning! The gardens are immaculately kept and a pleasure to walk through. Not all of the buildings are open to the public but you can still see the palace from the outside. The coronation building is not accessible but you can...More
This attraction is not all it is cracked up to be the items are very poorly displayed and photography is not allowed. The whole place would benefit from modern ways of displaying previous items. We as a company are not placing tours in Phnom Penh
Slightly misleading title as it's not a silver 'Pagoda'. It is a Pagoda with a silver tiled floor, most of which are covered to protect them. Still quite interesting, though somewhat disappointing when expecting a whole Pagoda made of silver.
The silver tiles are actually very large (maybe 5" square) and most are covered up to protect them, which takes away the novelty of having a silver floor... It's fine, but in the end it's just another temple.
When you are going to visit the silver pagoda you are automatically visiting the royal palace. Tickets are 10 dollar per person. I think it’s best to take a guide (we didn’t), else you don’t really know where you’re looking at because there are no...More
On the grounds of the Royal palace also lies this famous pagoda. You can watch a small sliver of silver tiles in the pagoda because the rest is covered with carpet to protect it. The surroundings are nice and there are great murals and chedi's...More
Response from crunchie3 | Reviewed this property |
We had a half day tour which included the palace and the old prison, but ours was part of our package from Riviera Travel, I am sure your hotel could arrange a Taxi that would carry out this tour while you are in Phnom Penh
Response from mesnandscott | Reviewed this property |
You can get in as part of Royal Palace. Be sure to be covered up, no short shorts or sleeveless shirts. They give you a map and you can follow the crowd. Once you get into courtyard area you are free to wander.