La Pagoda de Plata se encuentra en el lado sur del Palacio Real en Chey Chumneah, Nom Pen, Camboya. El nombre oficial es Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot (Khmer: ព្រះវិហារ ព្រះកែវមរកត) o Vihara del Buda Esmeralda y fue construida entre 1885 y 1902 en el estilo de la arquitectura jemer de estructuras de madera durante el reinado del rey Norodom.
La pagoda fue demolida y reconstruida en 1962 por la reina Sisowath Kossamak. "Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot" es un templo que guarda muchos tesoros nacionales tales como: estatuas de Buda hechas de oro, plata, bronce y piedras preciosas, especialmente la estatua de Buda hecha de esmeralda, que todos llaman "Buda Esmeralda" y que fue bendecida en 1965 y luego por las pérdidas en la Guerra de Camboya (1970-1979).
Jan Torfs | mar. 3, 2018
One of the few complexes in the Royal Palace open for tourists. Watch the nicely decorated walls and the silver floor which is unique. You will also notice gold, silver and diamonds in this luxury nice pagoda, a must-see in Phnom Penh
Fred C | feb. 24, 2018
Beautiful place - Staff here is exceptional! Great service and very polite and helpful. Now the room is a bit small and furniture are outdated.
Dongxian Jiang | feb. 4, 2018
Make sure you visit the murals—Very impressive but poorly preserved. Hope some institutions would take care of them as soon as possible.
Bayon Guides | dic. 19, 2017
One of the 2 complexes in royal palace that opens for tourists. Wat Preah Keo Morakat is known as silver pagoda, the full of the precious objects including silver floors, golden status, emerald Buddha with diamonds. It opens from 8:00am to 12:00pm and 2:00pm to 5:00pm. Ticket costs 10$ for the palace.
Chamnan Muon | jul. 24, 2017
A MUST-to visit place in Phnom Penh. The Silver Pagoda located inside the Royal Place compound, and the entrance fee also included within the fee of Royal Place. All items that are displayed inside are real such as gold, silver, bronze etc. You have to know that there's a big Buddha statue with weight 90kg of gold surrounding by 2080 daimonds. And why naming the Silver Temple, even no monk inside? Because that place for king to behave the Buddha's. If you look to the ground inside the temple, you will see the real peace of 5329 silver tiles (1.125 kg per tile).
Jan Torfs | mar. 22, 2018
One of the few complexes in the Royal Palace open for tourists. Watch the nicely decorated walls and the silver floor which is unique. These Silver tiles are from Italian origin. You will also notice gold, silver and diamonds in this luxury nice pagoda, a must-see in Phnom Penh. Pity taking pictures is forbidden but understandable.
Harshal Pattni | abr. 10, 2018
It is a beautiful place, but $10,- just to enter, where most of the buildings are not allowed to visit, is not really worth the money.
CRYSTAL PUA | jun. 10, 2018
Very big and a nice temple to visit . This temple also known as Silver Temple. The floor of the temple is made of silver. Many Buddha Statutes inside the temple.
곰오레오 | may. 13, 2018
today i got the ticket and i paid 10 USDs to see the palace. but I couldn't see the palace, I just saw some temple, the reason why i bought the ticket i want to see the palace. I didn't hear any explain or sign. I think, they are swindler because they were selling tickets even though we didn't see the palace. that's not fair!! i couldn't see number 5 to 11 sites!! I wasted my money
Dave Sarks | jun. 17, 2018
The royal temple. Like a lot of temples, no photos inside, but pretty impressive, and very decorative. Basically the king's temple.
Ian V. | jul. 14, 2018
Beautiful palace! Well maintained and easy to see in an hour or two.
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