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Green Centre Point Inn is a brand new boutique hotel designed with comfort and convenience in mind. Located in the bustling centre of Phnom Penh, Centre Point Inn just walking distance away from many of the city's places of interest such as the famous Central Market, Riverside, Royal Place and Wat Phnom, perfect for tourists and business travellers alike.


Most Attraction Places in Phnom Penh

+ National Museum

The distinctive red building with beautiful Khmer architecture was officially inaugurated on 13 April 1920. The National Museum houses many of the Kingdom's most important and awe-inspiring works of art. The Museum contains more than 5,000 of art objects that gave been collected and conserved from all over that country and which are on display to visitors. The artifacts date back from pre-historic to the late 20th century. Most of these works of art are made from sandstone, bronze, silver, copper, wood, ceramics, Royal barges and palanquins as well as dance costumes from the 19th century.

+ Royal Palace

Royal Palace in its present form was built in 1866 by King Norodom to replace the ancient palace that was made of wood. The Royal Palace is now home to his Majesty Preah Bat Norodom Shihamony and his parents. In the palace, there are numerous buildings including a Throne Hall, an open-air theatre, the Silver Pagoda, beautiful sculpture and other historical building in which small museums are housed. Silver Pagoda, a truly remarkable temple located within the terrain of the Royal Palace. Beside this English name, the Vihear is known to Cambodian as Wat Preah Keo Morokat (the temple of Emerald Buddha). The Silver Pagoda is reserved by Cambodian and appreciated by visitors as one of the most popular culture spots in Phnom Penh. The King of Cambodia has made the majority of treasures available on display in this Pagoda, in particular gifts from other countries. Among the major treasures on display is a 90 kilogram standing Buddha and the floor decorated with 2,086 decorative pure silver tile weighting 1.15 kilogram each.

+ Independence Monument

An Angkorian style tower, the inimitable place in the whole city, located in the heard of the capital. It was built in 1954 to symbolize Cambodian Independence Day after winning back their independence from French protectorate on the 9th of November 1953. It is used as a memorial place dedicated to the Cambodian's patriot died for the country.

+ Wat Phnom

This temple is located right in the center of the city. It is a small manmade hill, topped by a huge ancient Stupa and Buddhist Monastery. Legend has it that in 1372 after a major flood a wealthy Khmer widower named Daun Penh found a large tree, Koki (teak), on the bank of the Tonle Sap with four ancient statues of Buddha hidden inside. Later, King Ponhea Yat left the Angkorian capital and showed interest in re-locating the capital city to Phnom Penh. The original of Phnom Penh was Phnom Daun Penh but was often called Phnom Penh for short. Form then on it was enchanting city has been known simply as Phnom Penh. Wat Phnom remains the highest artificial hill in Phnom Penh and the center of many forms of religious activities.

+ Choeung Ek or Killing Field

Located 15 km South of Phnom Penh City. This Killing Fields were used to bury the victims from Toul Sleng prison during the Khmer Rouge regime. This site is covered by mass grave. A memorial Stupa was built after the Khmer Rouge were overthrown. The Stupa contains the remains of these victims.

+ Toul Sleng or S-21

Before 1975, it was a high school called Toul Svay Prey High School, when the Khmer Rouge came to power in 1975 they converted into a detention and torture center called Toul Sleng. The Khmer Rouge cadres knew it as S-21 that stand for security-21. During this desolate period, they believe that more than ten thousand prisoners had been detained, tortured and murdered in this prison. Most of the prisoner detained at Toul Sleng were eventually transported to Choeung Ek.

+ Ounalom Monastery

This pagoda is famous for its appealing works of art. The monastery also serves as a center for the Cambodian Buddhist Society. In Cambodia there are two school of Buddhism known as : Mahanikaya and Dhamayoka. Mahanikaya is perceived as stricter and more obedient that Dhamayoka Buddhism. There is a beautiful panoramic view over the confluence of the rivers from the top this Monstery.

+ Central Market

Well known to visitors for its magnificent colonial-style architecture, it was built in 1937. It provides a vast indoor shopping space. The design of the building actually has a meaning to it. The four cross wings of the building are said to represent the Chacktomouk Rivers (the intersection of four rivers), which is the country's economic body, and the two hands and two legs as compared to human.

+ Russian Market (Psar Toul Tom Poung)

Less architectural interest but has a larger and more varied selection of souvenirs, curious and silk than Central Market. Russian Market offers the largest selection of boot-legged VCDs, DVDs and CDs of all the traditional markets. It's also a good place to buy fabric for business and casual cloths to take to tailor. "Don't forget to bargain!".