Holding a unique place in the hearts of Cambodians, the Royal Palace fills in as the King's residence, a scene for court service and an image of the Kingdom. The royal residence compound is likewise home to the Silver Pagoda, a prominent temple from the mainstream riverside named for its shining silver floor. Visitors can walk around the manicured cultivates and find the ornate temples, libraries and exhibitions inside the castle grounds.
The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are set contiguous each other, crossing 174,870 square meters of rich greenery and stunning Khmer design. In spite of the fact that the ruler of Cambodia still at times dwells in The Royal Palace if the blue royal flag is flying, the lord is in residence, guests can investigate a few structures inside the royal residence grounds for US$6.50 and guided visits are available for US$10. Situated in Sisowath Quay, must-visits at The Royal Palace incorporate the Throne Hall and Moonlight Pavilion.