Wat Langka (Khmer: វត្តលង្កា, UNGEGN: Vôtt Lôngka, ALA-LC: Vatt Langkā, IPA: [ʋɔət laŋkaː]) is a wat in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It is one of the five ancient pagodas in Phnom Penh that was built in 1422. The construction of Dum Dong as a place of refuge (as a place of refuge) for the storage of the Trinity and as a meeting place for Khmer and Sri Lankan monks. As a reminder of this gathering, this pagoda was also called Wat Lanka. Wat Langka is located southwest of the Independence Monument, Sihanouk Blvd. and St. 51.
Aerial View of Wat Langka and Independence Monument
- "Wat Langka - Phnom Penh and around Guide". Rough Guides. Retrieved 19 August 2018.