This is one of the top tourist attractions in Phnom Penh. This gives you a glimpse of the lifestyle of the royal people.
Highlights – The Royal Palace still serves as the residences of Cambodian rulers. The construction of this palace was started during 1866, when Phnom Penh became the new capital of Cambodia, replacing Oudong. You cannot help but wonder at the similarity in the architecture style found in the Royal Palace found in Thailand. You should remember to dress appropriately as you witness this majestic Khmer architectural marvel to pay respects to the royalty staying here. The exact part in which the royal people stay, is still closed to the public, though.
Location – Phnom Penh.
Timings- Royal Palace is open from 7.30AM to 11AM and from 2PM to 5PM.
Price – Entry fee of USD3 per person; additional fee of USD2 for taking pictures.