Ben Thanh Market at night
If you have followed this blog regularly, you might have seen photos of this temple from ground level I posted in March. To date, still I have no any information or background of this temple.
Nice one…look like buildings are floating on the sky…
Phal, you should write a photography book about Cambodia old architectures.
@ Diamond, your imagination must be better than mine, as I cannot see it that way. 🙂
@ Seila: I have barely have any background on architecture. But i hope it maybe useful someday 😉
I haven’t followed your blog regularly, but I sure will be from now on. Beautiful photos! Great sense of PP and Cambodia in general. Really makes me miss the place. I went online to look for property in and around PP for a possible move back and stumbled across your blok. Looking at your amazing photos damn near cemented my resolve to return. Thanks for the enjoyable photos. As for the chinese temple, 6 years ago when i lived in PP my wife and I stumbled on the temple in question, she asked around (she’s Khmer) and no one had any info. It was locked up at the time, much to my chagrin.
I am grad that you found the photos enjoyable. I was surprised to discover the temple in the first time, and it made me want to explore Phnom Penh more and more. Hope you will realize your plan to come back to Cambodia.
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