RELATIVELY EXPENSIVE – AND NOT
The Throne Hall (Preah Tineang Tevea Vinichhay) was built in 1917 – and I am just amazed how it has stood time! It is used for the royal coronation ceremony; the local festivities called 12-Month Ceremonies (Tveatuosmeas), and the presentation of credentials by foreign envoys and diplomats as well as distinguished guests.
The Silver Pagoda is the country’s most notable wat - a compound located on the north side of the
King Norodom Sihamoni - Cambodia's current king. Photos above courtesy of the King's official website.
Monks walking in front of the Royal Palace.