Tripadvisor 会将旅行者之选大奖颁发给持续获得旅行者好评，并在 Tripadvisor 位列前 10%的酒店、景点和餐厅。
在 5 公里范围内共找到 945 个地点
显示第 1 至 10 页的结果，共 890 页
Hi, what time in the morning does Way Phnom one in the morning?
There are basically 2 relative seasons there (rainy & dry). The sun rises early appx. late 5am+ to 6am (Cambodian time). Usually it should be appropriate from mid-7am+ after a good breakfast! Hope I answer your question. Have a good journey! Be safe and cheers!
Is there a dress code? Can I wear shorts and a vest top here or do I need to cover up with long trousers and Tshirt?
There is an implicit dress code when entering any Buddhist wat. It's basically the same code that IS enforced at the royal palace/temple complexes in both Phnom Penh and Bangkok. The only bit that is enforced at Wat Phnom is not wearing shoes. However, walking into a Buddhist shrine or monastery with bare shoulders or a revealing top, shorts or a short skirt, does offend the feelings of devout locals; even wearing a tee-shirt might, since sleeves should be at least down to the elbow. Many local lasses handle this by carrying a shoulder-bag containing a long skirt and shawl—both are incredibly light-weight and cool (and both can generally be purchased dirt cheap at night markets). When they get to a wat, they don the gear just before entering, and take it off the second they leave. Another advantage of this system is that the same shoulder-bag can be used for your shoes, rather than leaving them outside the door. That’s convenient if you leave a hall by a different door than the one you entered, but it also prevents your shoes being stolen. Wat Phnom is notorious for shoe-theft so I’d definitely recommend shoulder-bagging your shoes before going inside this particular wat. p.s. After several years of wandering about in Asia, I was concerned enough about temple etiquette that I posted a review in Trip Advisor with a list of 10 etiquette tips. It’s my review of Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai, Thailand. You might want to give it glance; the same basic rules hold in Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, and most are just as valid in Kyoto or Lhasa. p.p.s. I was thoroughly disappointed in Wat Phnom myself, but try to see Tuol Sleng and at least one Plae Pakaa show while in Phnom Penh.
塔山寺 (金边) - 旅游景点点评 - Tripadvisor