Cambodia’s Royal Palace, located along Sothearos Boulevard, was built in 1866, during the reign of King Norodom. Points of interest inside the palace include:
Prasat Tevea Vinichhay (the Throne Hall): The hall where Kings and Queens are crowned.
- Prasat Khemarin: The hall where the monarchs live.
- Prasat Samran Phirum: The hall where the monarchs ride the Royal Elephant.
- Hor Baku or Hor Preah Khan: The hall where the throne objects and accessories are kept
- Chan Chhaya: The hall where Royal Dance performers train. In front of the Chan Chhaya, there is a platform where the King can hold audiences with his subjects and all levels of officials.