BUS HÀ TIÊN TO PHNOM PENH – FREE PICKUP – PRICE 12.USD
|Tuyến||Giờ đi||Thời lượng||Giá vé (USD)|
|Hà Tiên – Kep||06:30, 13:00, 15:30||50 phút||7.USD|
|Hà Tiên – Kampot||06:30, 13:00, 15:30||90 phút||9.USD|
|Hà Tiên – Sihanouk Ville||06:30, 13:00, 15:30||230 phút||12.USD|
|Hà Tiên – Koh Rong||06:30, 13:00, 15:30||300 phút||33.USD|
|Hà Tiên – Koh Rong Saloem||06:30, 13:00, 15:30||300 phút||33.USD|
|Hà Tiên – Phnom Penh||06:30, 13:00, 15:30||270 phút||12.USD|
|Hà Tiên – Siem Reap||06:30, 13:00, 15:30||920 phút||22.USD|
The Royal Palace of Cambodia in Phnom Penh is a complex of buildings where the Royal Kingdom of Cambodia was built more than a century ago to serve the monarchs, kings and kings. foreign guests, where it is also a venue for ceremonies, diplomatic ceremonies and royal ceremonies.
The king of Cambodia has been in this palace since the palace was built in 1866, except for a period of disruption when the country was ruled by the Khmer Rouge. The palace was built after King Norodom transferred from Oudong to Phnom Penh in the middle of 1800.
Hoang Cung consists of a complex of relics including the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda and is a combination of many other architectural works and gardens with many flowers that are many years old. Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda make up an architectural ensemble that symbolizes the country of Cambodia. The building is facing the cool river, is an indispensable tourist spot in the journey to explore Cambodia.
Wat Preah Morakat, also known as the Silver Pagoda or the Emerald Buddha Temple, is a famous Cambodian temple. The reason is called the Silver Pagoda because the temple has 5329 pieces of silver on the floor, each piece of silver is handmade and weighs 1.125 g. The temple has a cultural function and preserves a religious relic rather than a worshiping function, containing more than 1,600 valuable objects. The statue of Buddha sitting on the central tower of the temple is the emerald statue, there are various information the statue is made of emerald or crystal. Standing in front of the statue is a Buddha statue of the Buddha, weighing 90 kilograms of net gold and attached to 2086 diamonds, including a 25-carat diamond on the crown and a 20-carat diamond. chest. There is also a statue of Buddha sitting in a small gold and silver tower, the treasures of Queen Kossomak Nearirith, treasures of royal and royal families.
Independence Monument is a monument in Phnom Penh. Construction started in 1958 and inaugurated on 9 November 1962, the 9th anniversary of Cambodia’s independence from the French. Independent stations are considered a popular tourist attraction when they come to Phnom Penh
This work is the work of Cambodian architect Vann Molyvann, using almost all of the traditional motifs in the traditional Khmer architecture. The monument is in the shape of a stupa simulating Angkor Wat and some other historical sites of Cambodia. As a result, a towering but slim tower, the top of the roof is gradually reduced to lotus buds, representing the popular architecture of Temple Tower. Architect Vann Molyvann is heavily influenced by the modern style, so the shape of the monument also carries some of that impression.
The color of the independent radio station is purple. Underneath the Independence Hall is a fountain, lit by colorful brightly colored lights at night. Many local people as well as visitors from far away often come here as a gentle way of entertainment.
Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is a museum of genocide of the Khmer Rouge during 1975-1979. It was a high school before becoming the concentration camp of the genocide genocide Kmmer Red. In 1975, the school was converted into a prison called the S21 Security Prison. During the four-year rule of the Red Kmer, where approximately 17,000 people were detained (another source for that number was 20,000), most of the Reds or Reds members were found guilty of betrayal. The school has been transformed into an electric fence, reinforcing it into a prison camp, interrogation room and torture chamber.
The museum is hidden away in the small town of Toul Svay Prey in southern Phnom Penh and is quite lost to the surrounding landscape because it is too old, collapsed with barbed wire fence around.
According to the Khmer Dictionary, Toul Sleng means “a hill of smoking,” as it is associated with its history. Tuol Sleng used to be a school, but the Khmer Rouge used barbed wire to encircle the area, and turned the classrooms into small cells to torture prisoners, becoming the concentration camps of Kmmer genocide. Red. In 1975, the school was converted into a prison called the S21 Security Prison. During the four years in power of the Khmer Rouge, where approximately 17,000 people were detained (another source for this number is 20,000), most of the Reds or former members of the Red Kac were convicted of treason. The school has been transformed into an electric fence, reinforcing it into a prison camp, interrogation room and torture chamber. Thousands of people have been tortured here, only a handful of prisoners survived leaving prison as a “nightmare” for Cambodians. The Toul Sleng Genocide Museum displays images of victims and documents of crimes committed by the Khmer Rouge that shudder. You can visit the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and then go outside to visit the Killing Field.