Fall in love with Love Park

Amidst the fumes from excess SUVs and a sea of motos, Phnom Penh cries out for green areas of beauty amongst the urban jungle. One such hidden gem, is Love Park on Diamond Island.

Want a new haven for reading, unwinding and relaxing at the foot of a tree in the sun? Love Park offers a picturesque retreat from the Phnom Penh hustle. We headed along today to take a peak at the park.

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Enter through a charming archway tunnel, taking you away from the roads and into a green sanctuary. 

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Various colourful statues sit in the garden, contrasted with some more traditional statues almost Grecian in style.

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This elephant fountain water feature adds a fun centrepiece to the pond. 

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Certainly not short of photographic content, a visit to Love Park provides great opportunities for holiday snaps. 

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Unexpected dinosaurs make an appearance next to bewildered giraffes. 

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A big skeleton, surrounded by friendly dolphins. Expect the unexpected.

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It’s nice to see all the benches and areas to sit, have you found any nicer green spaces to relax at? Let us know via our facebook page! 

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Free entry: Love Park, Koh Pich St

Looking for more places to visit in Phnom Penh? Check out our 48 hours guide here:

48 hours in Phnom Penh (Day 1)

48 Hours in Phnom Penh (Day 2)

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