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Wat Leu Temple, Sihanoukville
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Wat Leu Temple is located in Sihanoukville. Work out when and for how long to visit Wat Leu Temple and other Sihanoukville attractions using our handy Sihanoukville family vacation planner.
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Nice gardens but rubbish around. Different halls and a crematory room where ashes kept in boxes! That was new and interesting to see.
Wat Leu is the oldest temple in Sihanoukville. A nice Buddhist temple with 12 Chinese zodiac statues, sleeping Buddha. Worth coming for a peaceful visit, if time permit.
Not worth the visit ... It is in poor shape .. extremely dirty ... and seems to not have many tourists visiting ... There are much nicer Temples and Pagodas to visit in Cambodia .. Just a few hours aw... read more »
Pagoda, located on the hill of mountain, it made a nice landscape to see the whole city. Good environment, clean and fresh air.
I did not expect something special but definitely worth to see here. 1. Clear colors of many scaptures lije Naga,monkey and monk. I saw lots of Wat in cambodia but looks so old and not well maintained. Littke artificial okey. 2. Vivid and cute monkeys...what an awesome...small monkeys where I see in India,Nepal and forests are all assholes but here small monkeys are so cute to take 100 pictures 3. Awesome to climbing to there through Life university(why life?).20-25 minutes you can see beautiful Sihanoukville(kamponsom) view. Not so awesome but cool breeze and view of the sea a littke bit far from waling place. Worth it to hike 4. Good object for picture. I should bring there camera tomorrow again.
What a special, place. Fantastic views and beutiful temples. Locals very helpful and we even had a pure chance meeting with the buddhist leader of the area and received travel blessings.
Quiet temple with orphans staying in the pagoda. They acted as friendly guides when arrived. Buying simple stuffs like water and banana will help to support them.
A nice Wat at the top of a peak. The view of the coast is very nice from up here. The temple itself was locked, but the side building was open. The one draw back were the locals following us asking for money.
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