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Sihanouk Boulevard, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Wat Langka is one of the many temples around Phnom Penh. However, this temple is located in the centre of the city, very near to the famous Independent Monument. The temple has very few foreign visitors as it caters more to the locals. There are...More

Thank Concierge3725
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It's only crowded if you visit this pagoda in first day and day 15th of the month (lunar calendar). We loved the architecture and the peaceful air.

Thank Linh K
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Very few tourist and also very few local visitors. More authentic but also quite shabby. It is located very near to the Independence Monument.

Thank Rosario_it
Reviewed 25 April 2017

I have been passing the entrance of Wat Lanka many time and decided today to inspect the temple which is located near my hotel. Nice temple design and architecture. They are offering free one-hour Vipassana meditation sessions in its central vihara at 6pm on Mondays,...More

Thank Fransiscus K
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Had the place to myself and had plenty of photo opportunities. stunning building, worth a visit and nice to escape the maddening huummm of Phnom Penh

Thank Helola
Reviewed 25 March 2017

This is a must place for visitors to Phnom Penh. All the intricate architecture and design is to be absorbed and appreciated. A place of important buddhist worship for local cambodians. Must observe dress code

Thank fjp4564
Reviewed 21 March 2017 via mobile

We combined this museum with a trip to the killing fields. The museum used to be a school but was converted into a holding prison. Prisoners were tortured and interrogated here before being sent to the killing fields. When the prison was liberated in 1979,...More

Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

The temple itself will be like others, beautiful in a oase in the center of the city. It's a quite, not to touristic, place next to the independence monument. On Monday, Thursday and Saturday 6pm you can join a meditation session with the monks. This...More

Thank Lisanne-76
Reviewed 19 February 2017

A pleasant nice site but...... this temple was just a few hundred metres from our hotel so we thought we would visit. And what a surprise. It is a couple of very impressive buildings inside the compound but no access inside the buildings which was...More

Thank KS&HC
Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

This Wat is worth a visit definitely. Very good architecture and buildings and statues. Quieter than the other Wats. Not too far from independence monument. Monks are not too happy there though

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Arkansas Traveler Ruth
Is travel easy in Cambodia for USA tourists? Aren't there supposed to be lots of land mines? Want to fly to Phnom Phen to visit Anghor Wat. How far and how should I travel.?
12 September 2016|
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Response from Catcakes | Reviewed this property |
The land mines are in remote rural and jungle areas, not in Phnom Penh / Siem Reap. If you go trekking, just make sure you stay on marked pathways. Ankor Wat is in Siem Reap, which I found to be a much nicer city than... More