Sihanouk Boulevard

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Sihanouk Boulevard is a central boulevard of Phnom Penh which is the capital of Cambodia. The boulevard crosses the city in an east-west direction.

It crosses with the east-west Norodom Boulevard at Independence Monument and near Wat Lanka. It will also cross the new Samdech Hun Sen Boulevard in 2015.

Wat Moha Montrey is located on the boulevard in the western area of the city. The Lucky Supermarket is located approximately 100 metres (110 yards) after it crosses with Monivong Boulevard which passes through the entire city in a north-south direction in the centre. The boulevard circles around Independence Monument, which is located just south of the Embassy of North Korea.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Forbes, Andrew (2006).Insight Compact Guide: Cambodia, pp. 28. APA Publications and GeoCenter International Limited in association with The Discovery Channel ISBN 9789812584854.

Coordinates: 11°33′18″N 104°55′16″E / 11.55500°N 104.92111°E / 11.55500; 104.92111