Wonder at the majesty of Phnom Penh’s Royal Palace



Hello and welcome back to Traveling with Krushworth. Previously, you followed me through the aisles of the Russian Market. Now, enjoy my photographs where I tried to capture the beauty, history and impressive wealth of the Cambodian royal palace, situated in the heart of Phnom Penh.

After visiting the Cambodian National Museum, my family and I hopped aboard another tuk-tuk and traveled to the Royal Palace. There were hordes of annoying tourists and I was pushed out of the way because I was standing where someone wanted to take a picture. Lovely.

Just as we saw the kingly quarters of Norodom Sihamoni, the present king of Cambodia, we spent time looking at the impressive and ancient slupas or family crypts. Now, I’ll let the pictures do the talking as they are indeed worth more than 1,000 of my words.


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