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King Father funeral procession map

King Father funeral procession map

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On Friday, February 1, more than a million people are expected to arrive in Phnom Penh for the start of King Father Norodom Sihanouk’s four-day public funeral.

The Post has compiled this map to help readers get the best vantage points of the procession and ensure motorists are aware of the areas to steer clear of.

Live television coverage will be provided on big screens at the following locations: the Olympic Stadium car park, Koh Pich, Freedom Park, Chenla Theatre, Night Market, Choam Chao car park, Veal Sbov car park, Takmao garden, Sokimex car park on National Road 5, Century Plaza Market, Chaktomuk Theatre and Kbal Thnal car park.

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