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The Royal Palace

 

The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh was constructed over a century ago to serve as the residence of the King of Cambodia, his family and foreign dignitaries, as a venue for the performance of court ceremony and ritual and as a symbol of the Kingdom. It serves to this day as the Cambodian home of King Norodom Sihamoni and former King Norodom Sihanouk. The Royal Palace complex and attached 'Silver Pagoda' compound consist of several buildings, structures and gardens all located within 500x800 meter walled grounds overlooking a riverfront park. Marking the approach to the Palace, the high sculpted wall and golden spired Chanchhaya Pavilion stand distinctively against the riverfront skyline. Inside the Palace grounds, street sounds are silenced by the high walls and the various Royal buildings sit like ornate islands rising from the tranquil, manicured tropical gardens. Except for the area of the actual Royal residence, the Khemarin Palace, most of the Palace grounds and Silver Pagoda are open to the public. Enter from the gate on Sothearos Blvd about 100 meters north of Street 240. Guide pamphlets and tour guides are available near the admission booth. Guided tours are recommended. Multi-lingual tour guides available. Open everyday, 7:30-11:00 / 2:00-5:00. The Palace grounds are closed during official functions.

History of the Royal Palace

The establishment of the Royal Palace at Phnom Penh in 1866 is a comparatively recent event in the history of the Khmer and Cambodia. The seat of Khmer power in the region rested at or near Angkor north of the Great Tonle Sap Lake from 802 AD until the early 15th century. After the Khmer court moved from Angkor in the 15th century, it first settled in Phnom Penh in 1434 (or 1446) and stayed for some decades, but by 1494 had moved on to Basan, and later Lovek and then Oudong. The capital did not return to Phnom Penh until the 19th century and there is no record or remnants of any Royal Palace in Phnom Penh prior to the 19th century. In 1813, King Ang Chan (1796-1834) constructed Banteay Kev (the 'Cristal Citadel') on the site of the current Royal Palace and stayed there very briefly before moving to Oudong. Banteay Kev was burned in 1834 when the retreating Siamese army razed Phnom Penh. It was not until after the implementation of the French Protectorate in Cambodia in 1863 that the capital was moved from Oudong to Phnom Penh, and the current Royal Palace was founded and constructed.

At the time that King Norodom (1860-1904) signed the Treaty of Protection with France in 1863, the capital of Cambodia resided at Oudong, about 45 kilometers northeast of Phnom Penh. Earlier in 1863 a temporary wooden Palace was constructed a bit north of the current Palace site in Phnom Penh. The first Royal Palace to be built at the present location was designed by architect Neak Okhna Tepnimith Mak and constructed by the French Protectorate in 1866. That same year, King Norodom moved the Royal court from Oudong to the new Royal Palace in Phnom Penh and the city became the official capital of Cambodia the following year. Over the next decade several buildings and houses were added, many of which have since been demolished and replaced, including an early Chanchhaya Pavilion and Throne Hall (1870). The Royal court was installed permanently at the new Royal Palace in 1871 and the walls surrounding the grounds were raised in 1873. Many of the buildings of the Royal Palace, particularly of this period, were constructed using traditional Khmer architectural and artistic style but also incorporating significant European features and design as well. One of the most unique surviving structures from this period is the Napoleon Pavilion which was a gift from France in 1876.

King Sisowath (1904-1927) made several major contributions to the current Royal Palace, adding the Phochani Hall in 1907 (inaugurated in 1912), and from 1913-1919 demolishing several old buildings, and replacing and expanding the old Chanchhaya Pavilion and the Throne Hall with the current structures. These buildings employ traditional Khmer artistic style and Angkorian inspired design, particularly in the Throne Hall, though some European elements remain. The next major construction came in the 1930s under King Monivong with the addition of the Royal Chapel, Vihear Suor (1930), and the demolition and replacement of the old Royal residence with the Khemarin Palace (1931), which serves as the Royal residence to this day. The only other significant additions since have been the 1956 addition of the Villa Kantha Bopha to accommodate foreign guests and the 1953 construction of the Damnak Chan originally installed to house the High Council of the Throne.

From the time of the coup in 1970 when Cambodia became a republic, through the Khmer Rouge regime (Democratic Kampuchea 1975-1979) and the communist regime of the 80s, until 1993 when the Monarchy was restored, the Royal Palace alternately served as a museum and was closed. During the Khmer Rouge regime, former King Sihanouk and his family resided and were ultimately held as prisoners in the Palace. In the mid-90s, many of the Palace buildings were restored and refurbished, some with international assistance.

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 Throne Hall The Throne Hall, the Preah Timeang Tevea Vinicchay, is the primary audience hall of the King, used for coronations and diplomatic and other official meetings. This Throne Hall is the second to be built on this site. The first was constructed of wood in 1869-1870 under King Norodom. That Throne Hall was demolished in 1915. The present building was constructed in 1917 and inaugurated by King Sisowath in 1919. The building is 30x60 meters and topped by a 59-meter spire. As with all buildings and structure at the Palace, the Throne Hall faces east and is best photographed in the morning. When visiting note the thrones (Reach Balaing in front and Preah Tineang Bossobok higher at the back) and the beautiful ceiling frescoes of the Reamker.

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 Chanchhaya Pavilion The current Pavilion is the second incarnation of the Chanchhaya Pavilion, this one constructed in 1913-14 under King Sisowath to replace the earlier wooden pavilion built under King Norodom. The current pavilion is of the same design as the earlier version. The Chanchhaya Pavilion, also known as the 'Moonlight Pavilion', dominates the facade of the Palace on Sothearos Blvd. The Pavilion serves as a venue for the Royal Dancers, as a tribune for the King to address the crowds and as a place to hold state and Royal banquets. Most recently, the Pavilion was used for a banquet and a tribune for the new King at the 2004 coronation of King Norodom Sihamoni.

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Hor Samran Phirun "The pavilion where one sleeps peacefully." Royal rest house and waiting area where the King waits to mount an elephant for Royal processions. Also built to house musical instruments and procession implements. Constructed in 1917. Currently housing a display of gifts from foreign heads of state.

 

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Hor Samrith Phimean Also know as the ‘Bronze Palace.’ Repository for the Royal regalia and attributes. Constructed in 1917. Currently housing a display of royal regalia and costumes on the ground floor.

 

 

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 Napoleon III Pavilion At first glance the Napoleon III Pavilion seems almost out-of-place, sitting like a European-style dollhouse amongst the imposing and distinctly Khmer-style buildings that surround it. The Pavilion was in fact the first permanent structure on the site of the Royal Palace. It was originally built for Empress Eugenie of France, wife of Napoleon III, in 1869 for use in the inauguration of the Suez Canal. It is constructed entirely of iron. In 1876 Emperor Napoleon III made a gift of the building to King Norodom of Cambodia. By fortunate happenstance, the royal emblem "N" emblazed on the doors and other parts of the building to honor the name of 'Napoleon' did not need to be altered when the pavilion was transferred to King Norodom. The Pavilion was refurbished in 1991 with financial assistance from the French government. The Pavilion now serves as a small museum housing Royal memorabilia and a photographic exhibition. Best photographed in the morning. (Damnak Chan pictured in the background.)

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Phochani Pavilion An open hall originally constructed as a classical dance theater. The Pavilion is currently used for Royal receptions and meetings. Built in 1912.

 

 

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Damnak Chan The Damnak Chan currently houses the administrative offices of the Royal Palace. Original constructed in 1953 for the High Council of the Throne, this building has served several purposes over the years including acting as the Ministry of Culture in the 80s and housing the Supreme National Council of Cambodia from 1991-93. Damnak Chan displays a somewhat uncomfortable mix of Khmer and Western architectural styles, the mix being particularly apparent in this building - sporting a distinctly Khmer-style roof and a Western style in the main body of the building. Closed to the public.

Khemarin Palace The Royal residence. Closed to the public.

Villa Kantha Bopha Western-style villa named after King Sihanouk's late daughter Princess Kantha Bopha, built in 1956 as guest house for foreign guests. Closed to the public.

 

 

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Tour Code:CTC-001
Destination: Angkor Thom (South Gate, Bayon, Baphuon) - Angkor Wat - sunrise in Angkor Wat - Banteay Kdei - Ta Prohm - Preah Khan - Neak Pean - Ta Som - Eastern Mebon - Pre Rup - Tonle Sap Lake Flooded Forest - Floating Village - Artisans d'Angkor
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Tour Code:CTC-002
Destination: Angkor Thom (Bayon, Baphuon) - Angkor Wat - sunrise - Banteay Kdei - Ta Prohm - Preah Khan - Neak Pean - Ta Som - Eastern Mebon - Pre Rup - Banteay Srei - Kobal Spean (River of Thousand Lingams) - Tonle Sap Lake Flooded Forest - Floating village.
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Tour Code:CTC-003
Destination: Roluos Group (Lolei, Preah Ko and Bakong temples) - Angkor Thom - Angkor Wat - sunrise - Banteay Kdei - Ta Prohm - Preah Khan - Neak Pean - Ta Som - Eastern Mebon - Pre Rup - Banteay Srei - Kobal Spean (River of Thousand Lingams) - Tonle Sap Lake Flooded Forest - Floating Village - Koh Ker - Beng Mealea
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Tour Code:CTC C:01
Destination: Western Baray - ox cart drive - rice fields - village life.
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Tour Code:CTC-004
Destination: Angkor Temples with Banteay Srei - Overland trip - Phnom Penh
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Tour Code:CTCPS-003
Destination: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap - Phnom Penh
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BIRD SANCTUARY "PREK TOAL"
Tour Code:CTC-PT-01
Destination: Prek Toal - flooded forest - Back to hotel
Duration: 1 day
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WORLD HERITAGE PREAH VIHEAR
Tour Code:CTC-PV-01
Destination: Preah Vihear Temple
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KAMPONG PHLUK
Tour Code:CTC-KP-01
Destination: Floating Village Kampong Phhluk
Duration: 1 day
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TEMPLE TOWERS IN THE RAINFOREST
Tour Code:CTC-SPK-01
Destination: Sambor Prei Kuk Temples
Duration: 1 day
On the old Angkorian royal road, passing Angkorian bridges we go off the beaten tracks to the lost temple city of "Sambor Prei Kuk". Over 200 brick temples of the 6th and 7th century are overgrown by tropical vegetation and even older than Angkor Wat.
ROLUOS-WHERE ANGKOR WAS BORN
Tour Code:CTC-Roluos-01
Destination: Lolei - Preah Ko - Bakong - Prasat Prei Monti
Duration: 4 hours
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KOH KER AND BENG MEALEA
Tour Code:CTC-KKBM-01
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Precious temple areas far away from the tourist flows! Fell like the first exporers! The ancient capital Koh Ker with its fantastic temple pyramid and Beng Mealea, still overgrown by jungle, have just been opened for tourists!
SIEM REAP/ANGKOR WAT TEMPLES
Tour Code:CTCSR-001
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Tour Code:CTC-D1
Destination: Angkor Thom - Ta Prohm - Angkor Wat - Phnom Bakheng
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Tour Code:CTC-D2
Destination: Banteay Srey - Grand Tour
Duration: 1 Day
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Tour Code:CTC - D3
Destination: Wat Thmer - Artisans'School - Northern Tonle Sap Lake - Chong Kneas village
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Tour Code:CTC-BC-01
Destination: Siem Reap - Banteay Chhmar
Duration: 1 day
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PHNOM PENH - SIEM REAP - PHNOM PENH
Tour Code:CPTC PSP001
Destination: Phnom Penh city tour:Wat Phnom - National Museum - Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda - Tuol Sleng Museum - sunset cruise on Mekong river). Tonle Sap Lake - Angkor Temples: Angkor Thom (South gate of Angkor Thom, Bapuon temple) - Taphrom - Banteay Srei - Angkor Wat temple.
Duration: 5days 4nights
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Tour Code:CPTCT001
Destination: Killing Field - Russian Market - Toul Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - What Phnom, Independent Monument.
Duration: 1 DAY (every day 8:30am - 5pm)
* Morning Visit Killing Field, Russian Market, Toul Sleng Museum. * Afternoon Visit National Museum, Royal Palace, What Phnom, Independent Monument.
PHNOM CHISO
Tour Code:CPTPC-001
Destination: PHNOM CHISO Temple - NEANG KHMAU temple, TONLE BATI (TAPHROM temple - TONLE BATI Lake).
Duration: 1 DAY (every day: 8:30 - 5PM)
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PHNOM PENH - BATTAMBANG - SIEM REAP
Tour Code:CPT PBS001
Destination: Phnom Penh (capital city of Cambodia) - Battambang privince - Siem Reap province.
Duration: 6 days, 5 nights
Overland trip from Phnom Penh (Capitol city of Cambodia) to Battambang province (enjoy Bamboo train & boat trip to Siem Reap province). Visit Angkor temples: Angkor Thom (South gate of Angkor Thom - Bayon - Bapuon - Phimeanakas - Elephants & Leper king Terrace) - Ta Phrom - Banteay Kdei - Angkor Wat - Bakheng temple - grand circuit: (Pheah Khan - Neak Pean - Ta Som - Eastern Mebon - Pre Rep) - Banteay Srei - Khbal Spean (see waterfall) - Banteay Sam Re - Kampong Phluk floating village on Tonle Sap lake. Tour finish in Siem Reap.
SIEM REAP/ANGKOR WAT
Tour Code:CTCSR-002
Destination: Small Tour (Angkor Thom – Bayon – Ta Prohm – Angkor Wat – Bakheng) - Tonle Sap Lake
Duration: 2 days 1 night
This tour covers the absolute "must see" highlights of Angkor on the "small" circuit and including a boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake visit floating village of Chong Kneas and visit the fish farm and the crocodile farm. Balloon ride (optional). Transportation by REMORK gives this tour more atmospheres (and keeps the prices down).
POI PET - SIEM REAP - POI PET
Tour Code:CTCPSP01
Destination: POI PET - SIEM REAP - POI PET
Duration: 2 days 1 night
Poipet is a Cambodian town on the Cambodia/Thailand border, in Ou Chrov district, Banteay Meanchey Province. It is a key crossing point between the two countries, and also extremely popular as a gambling destination as gambling is popular, but illegal in Thailand. There is a strip of casinos and hotels between the Cambodian and Thai passport control counters, enabling Thais to gamble in Cambodia without needing to go through Cambodian immigration. This casino strip area is a 'special zone' that prevents Cambodians from gambling. It takes 3hours by bus from Poi Pet border to Siem Reap.
SIEM REAP-BATTAMBANG
Tour Code:SB1
Destination: SIEM REAP-BATTAMBANG by Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus
Duration: 2 days 1 night
Visit Banan – Phnom Sampeuv Mountain – Bamboo train ride – Ancient house.
SIEM REAP-BATTAMBANG
Tour Code:SB2
Destination: Siem Reap to Battambang by boat along the Tonle Sap lake....
Duration: 3 days 2 night
Visit Ek Phnom temple - Banan temple– Sampeuv Mountain temple– enjoy Bamboo train ride – Ancient House.
SIEM REAP – BATTAMBANG – SIEM REAP
Tour Code:SBS3
Destination: SIEM REAP - BATTAMBANG by air-conditioned sharing bus
Duration: 3 days 2 nights
Enjoy the bamboo train ride – Ancient house – Winery - Ek Phnom temple - Banan – Sampeuv Mountain temple.
SIEM REAP – BATTAMBANG – SIEM REAP
Tour Code:SBS4
Destination: Battambang by Boat & Bus
Duration: 3 days 2 nights
Take the Bamboo train ride, visit Ancient house – Winery - Ek Phnom temple- Banan – Phnom Sampeuv Mountain.
SIEM REAP – BATTAMBANG – BANGKOK
Tour Code:SBB5
Destination: SIEM REAP - BATTAMBANG - BANGKOK (Thailand) by Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus.
Duration: 3 days 2 nights
Battambang: visit Ek Phnom temple - the Bamboo train - Ancient house – Winery - Phnom Banan and Phnom Sampeuv.
SIEM REAP-BATTAMBANG-BANGKOK
Tour Code:SBB6
Destination: SIEM REAP - BATTAMBANG - BANGKOK by boat and Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus
Duration: 3 days 2 nights
Battambang:enjoy the bamboo train ride, visit Ancient house – Winery - Ek Phnom temple- Banan – Phnom Sampeuv Mountain.
SIEM REAP-BATTAMBANG-PHNOM PENH
Tour Code:SBP7
Destination: Siem Reap - Battambang - Phnom Penh by Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus.
Duration: 5 Days, 4 nights
Take the air-conditioned sharing bus from Siem Reap to Battambang (enjoy with bamboo train ride, visit Ancient house – Winery - Ek Phnom temple - Banan – Phnom Sampeuv Mountain).Phnom Penh city tour (visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Silver Pagoda - Wat Phnom and Victory Monument)
SIEM REAP - BATTAMBANG -PHNOM PENH
Tour Code:SBP8
Destination: Siem Reap - Battambang - Phnom Penh by boat & bus sharing
Duration: 5 Days, 4 nights
Battambang (enjoy with bamboo train ride, visit Ancient house – Winery - Ek Phnom temple - Banan – Phnom Sampeuv Mountain).Phnom Penh city tour (visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Silver Pagoda - Wat Phnom and Victory Monument)
SIEM REAP - BATTAM BANG - PHNOM PENH - SIHANOUKVILLE
Tour Code:SBPSV9
Destination: SIEM REAP - BATTAMBANG - PHNOM PENH - SIHANOUKVILLE by air-conditioned sharing bus.
Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights
Battambang (Enjoy with bamboo train ride, visit Ancient house – Winery - Ek Phnom temple – Banan and Phnom Sampeuv Mountain), Phnom Penh city tour (visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Silver Pagoda - Wat Phnom- and Victory Monument) – Sihanoukville (relaxing for 2night at Cove Beach Bungalows) or optional day trip.
SAMBOR PREIKUK
Tour Code:CTCSB-02
Destination: Sambor Preikuk temple
Duration: 2 days 1 night
The pre-Angkorian temple complex of Sambor Prei Kuk is located about 30 kilometers to the north of the town of Kampong Thom, Cambodia. It was also known as Isanapura, and was the capital of the Chenla Kingdom
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Tour Code:SKPH11
Destination: SIEM REAP - KAMPONG THOM - PHNOM PENH by Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus
Duration: 3 days 2 nights
At Kampong Thom: visit Sambo Prei Kuk – Royal Phnom Penh: visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Siliver Pagoda - Wat Phnom -Victory Monument.
SIEM REAP - KAMPONG THOM - PHNOM PENH - SIHANOUKVILLE
Tour Code:CTCSKPS-03
Destination: Siem Reap - Kampong Thom - Phnom Penh - Sihanoukville by Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus
Duration: 5 Days, 4 nights
Siem Reap - Kampong Thom: visit Sambor Prei kuk - Royal Phnom Penh: visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Silver Pagoda - Wat Phnom -Victory Monument.
SIEM REAP - KAMPONG THOM - PHNOM PENH
Tour Code:CTCSKP-04
Destination: Kampong Thom – Royal Phnom Penh by Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus
Duration: 4 days 3nights
Kampong Thom visit Sambo Prei Kuk – Royal Phnom Penh (Visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Siliver Pagoda - Wat Phnom -Victory Monument)
SIEM REAP - PHNOM PENH
Tour Code:CTCSPH-05
Destination: Siem Reap - Phnom Penh by boat along the Tonlé Sap Lake which is a combined lake and river system of major importance to Cambodia. The Tonlé Sap is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia and is an ecological hot spot that was designated as a UNESCO biosphere in 1997.
Duration: 3 days 2 nights
Including boat ride on the water way from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh around 7hours - Royal Phnom Penh: visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Siliver Pagoda - Wat Phnom and Victory Monument
SIEM REAP - PHNOM PENH - SIHANOUKVILLE
Tour Code:CTCSPHS-06
Destination: Siem Reap - Phnom Penh by sharing boat and by Capitol Tours air-conditioned sharing bus to Sihanoukville.
Duration: 5 Days, 4 nights
Take the boat from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh visit Killing field - Russian Market - Tuol Sleng Museum - National Museum - Royal Palace - Silver Pagoda - Wat Phnom and Victory Monument including 2 nights relax at the beach.