Discover Buddhist History at Cambodian Buddhist Centre

Discover Buddhist History at Cambodian Buddhist Centre

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Do you have any plans for Khmer New Year? If not, LIFT would like to inform you of the perfect place that is both leisurely and enlightening. With beautiful open scenery, the Cambodian Buddhist Centre commemorates the Buddhist religion while describing its history.

Located across many hectares, the Cambodian Buddhist Centre is set in gardens and describes the history of Buddha from his birth to death. A perfect place to relax, it features an idyllic bamboo forest.

Located in Kien Svay district about 20 kilometres from Phnom Penh, many travellers come to the centre during New Year due to its unique views and is a perfect fit for those looking to relax while doing something meaningful.

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