To those of visitor who is visiting the royal palace then the Throne Hall is a first thing to see after everyone have walked through to ticket counter then turn left after that those of you will be seeing architecture of the throne hall, and it’s a unique architecture that nowhere can have the same. the building is one of the splendid buildings, it have been used for the occasion of the coronations, meeting place of important dignitaries, and many other official ceremonies.
Throne Hall is called Preah Thineang Vinnichay for Cambodian people. It is the place where Cambodian king and cabinet has been used to discuss the country events. Nowadays, royal rituals and religious such as coronation, royal marriages, and greeting to local and international guests.
The Throne Hall was built twice, the first formation of wood was between 1869 and 1870 during the period of King Norodom, and then the building was destroyed in 1915. The Throne Hall today was built in 1917 and was launched in 1919 by King Sisowath. The building has an area of 30 x 60m, with 59m high of the top tower. Like all the houses and buildings in the palace, the Throne Hall is located in the east and becomes the most brilliant in the morning. The Throne is placed in the center of the room.
The throne was used for the coronation of the king on his coronation day, the last time under the time of King Sihanmoni has not done the coronation ceremony on this throne. The ceiling has a dome structure decorated with brilliant motifs describing the legend Reamker. This is considered a unique picture with the ways drawing on the ceiling and color which is not faded over time.