During the day, it is a common tower. But at night, it rises up among others. It becomes a neck-turner.
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Hired tuk tuk driver Sarwar to drive us around so he took as places and one of them was this monument. Pretty impressive monument we must say.
We stayed within walking distance from the independence monument. After Dinner, we walk passed the junction and have a good look at the monument. It was light up and is really a good spot for camera.
This pagoda is right in the heart of the Riverside area. Another Buddhist temple with a number of Buddha images, a peaceful place in a manic area. Worth a visit as it is one of the most important Buddha places in PP.
The monument is open 24hours and has free entry. There is no restriction of clothing either. We were able to see it from our hotels roof top so decided to walk it up. It's a lotus shaped stupa, similar to the architecture at Angkor wat....More
It's very near to the Statue of King Father Norodom Sihanouk which is situated in a square. It doesen't take to much time to visit it and it is worth visiting. If you can choose to visit both on the late afternoon/night (by sunset).
In the city center and must see photo op for Phnom Penh. Walk to many other attractions and plenty of good restaurants or cup of coffee and sit in the park. The area is clean and good for just relaxing. Lite up in the evening...More
The best part of independence monument is the people -- out exercising and just hanging out! Early morning _ like around 6 a.m. _ or at sunset are the best times as this place can get hot. Also in the evening there are many food...More