Wat Preah Keo Morakot (Silver Pagoda) is situated in the southern bit of the Royal Palace complex. The pagoda was in the past known as Wat Uborsoth Rotannaram in light of the fact that it is the place the King worshiped, asked and honed each Buddhist Silas Day. In the extra, the imperial family and authorities likewise held Buddhist services there.This pagoda has no ministers. Be that as it may, this Majestic King Norodom Sihanouk lived there for one year when he entered the monkhood on July 31, 1947. Since the pagoda has no ministers, guests for the most part allude to it as Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot. At the point when the King observes Buddhist functions, ministers from other pagoda, for example, Wat Unaloam and Wat Botumvattey are welcome to go to the services. Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot was worked in the vicinity of 1892 and 1902, amid the locale of King Norodom, however around then it was built of wood and block. Its outline is base on Cambodian engineering style. At that point Banhchos Khan Seima function was hung on Feb 5, 1903.
The sanctuary was later harmed, and Queen Kosamak Neary Rath asked that it be repaired. Under the course of her child Samdach Preah Norodom Sihanouk, who around then was the head of express, the old sanctuary was destroyed and reproduced in 1962 on a similar site with fortified cement. The floor was laid with silver tiles, and the sections were secured with glass stone imported from Italy. The engineering, in any case, remained the same.This sanctuary is called Pheah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot in light of the fact that the primary Buddha statue is made of inestimable emerald, which Cambodians call Keo Morakot. Westerners, nonetheless, like to call the sanctuary the Silver Pagoda in light of the 5,329 honest to goodness silver tiles that cover the floor.
There are 1,650 workmanship objects housed in this sanctuary. The majority of them are Buddha figures. They are made of gold, silver, bronze and other significant materials. Some are improved with precious stones. They are blessings from the King, the imperial family, dignitaries and other individuals who love at Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot, where they petition God for peace and flourishing, for satisfaction and for the conservation of Cambodian social legacy for the people to come. Before the position of royalty, site a Buddha statue made of gold, measuring 90 kilograms (around 200 pounds) and improved with 2,086 precious stones. The greatest precious stone is on the crown. It is 25 millimeters. This statue was appointed in 1904 by King Sisowath, taking after the recommendation of King Norodom. Lord Norodom stated, after his body was incinerated the gold coffin ought to be dissolved to make Buddha statue speaking to Preah Srei Araymetrey. This Buddha statue is named Preah Chin Raingsei Rachik Norodom.