1. What time is the operation hour of this place?
2. I read at the website that there will be a fee for camera. So, is it allowed to take photograph in this building?
3. What is the latest entrance fee for this building?
I'm not sure about the price as we went as part of a tour.
Hours are 8-11am and 2-5pm.
Photos are allowed in most areas of the Royal Palace complex that are open to the public, however, photos are not allowed inside the Silver Pagoda.
Hi DoughnutW. The Silver Pagoda is one building among many others in the Royal Palace complex. When I visited, opening times were 08:30 to 11:30 then 14:00 to 17:00.
I paid an inclusive entrance fee of around US$10 with no "add-ons". I found myself free to photograph whatever I desired but if my memory is correct I believe photography is banned inside the Pagoda. Enjoy - the complex is fantastic.
Our tour guide sorted our tickets for us. It is open most of the day - depending on any religious events or Royal activities. I don't recall photos beong allowed inside.
If I recall correctly the opening hours are 0730 in the morning until midday and it reopens at 1400 until 1700. On days when there are Buddhist religious ceremonies it is shut in the morning,
The pagoda is within the royal palace complex and a single ticket covers the entire complex. The entrance fee just recently was either $6 or $7 - I forget now. There wasn't a separate charge for using your camera but there are certain areas, such as inside the royal coronation room and the pagoda itself where you cannot take photos - but there is no limitation on taking shots of the grounds and the outsides of the buildings themselves.
I been to this place last November.
The entrance fee and camera fee is collected at the entrance to the Royal Palace, as Pagoda is inside the Roal complex. So there is no separate fee just for Silver Pagoda. I do not remeber the exact amount of the fee, it was something around 8-10 USD. However, it is not allowed to take pictures inside the Pagoda.
Hopefully, this helps.
Last time I visited, I did not go on a tour. Instead, I went into the King Palace grounds with a couple of Cambodians and did not pay a fee. The Silver Pagoda is open (except occasionally for cleaning) during the day when the King Palace grounds are open. I took lots of pictures using my phone camera. This is Cambodia; always be aware of folks wanting to get money from you for any reason. Often they will make charges up so that they can pocket some cash.
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