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Set on a small knoll, practically the only feature enlivening the otherwise flat topography of this plains town, by day the Wat presides over a lively and not unattractive park frequented by squealing schoolchildren, lovers, and gewgaw hawkers.
One arm from this broad roundabout leads on to Sisowath Boulevard that turns to run north-to-south along the river while another, Norodom Boulevard, spikes off parallel to the river promenade directly through town and on to Independence Monumenta diminutive and simple burgundy structure, set within another large roundabout.
The city blocks within the embrace of these two roads are where you will likely spend much of your time sightseeing and browsing. Conveniently for visitors, streets form a grid, not quite Manhattan-style, but easily understandable. It is hard to get lost. The streets running from north to south are odd numbered while the intermeshing east-west streets leading to the riverfront are even numbered, the value ascending as you move south down the quay from the Wat Phnom area to the Royal Palace.
Addresses and house numbers can be pretty random however. The Royal Palace has been home to Khmer kings since its construction inat which time Phnom Penh solidified its hold as permanent capital of Cambodia.