junction of Street 47 and Street 90, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
As per a legend, the first pagoda was housed statues of Buddha deposited here by the Mekong River and then discovered by Lady Penh in 1373.
The current temple was built in 1926 and restored in 1998. There is a large stupa containing the ashes of King Ponhea Yat.
Entrance fee $1. Elephant rides also available.
venue: attraction (旅游景点)
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