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All reviews audio guide buddha images thousand buddhas khmer history entrance fee better understanding different languages great introduction couple of hours on display background information two hours well worth the visit phnom penh tuk tuk artifacts galleries
Cambodia must be proud because has so many temples in the country. The historians classified the civilization of Angkor in 3 era : Pra Angkor, Angkor Wat, and Post Angkor.
The main reason why I came to this museum because I was so curious about...More
We found this very interesting as a commentary on what we'd seen in person. Some repetition across the exhibits but overall it told a good story. Probably not suitable for younger children. Allow 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
This museum has an extensive supply of information relating to the history of the region. Its worth doing before visiting temples because then we you do visit them you are armed with their history and you can appreciate why the temples are the way they...More
This museum is beautifully laid out with a range of artefacts from throughout Khmer history. The audio tour is $5 extra, tickets to the museum $12, children $6. Bags have to go into a locker and no photos allowed inside. All exhibits are labelled clearly...More
We visited this museum (a 5 min walk from our hotel) before we visited the temples themselves and it gave us very useful prior information about the context and history of the temples as well as understanding a lot more about Buddhism which has proved...More
beautiful and well organized museum. worth the money.
a lot of information to take in for a western person (like myself) but you get the idea of the different periods? the different temples and their figures and the religion behind it.
well worth a visit...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit here and it is very well presented and I would highly recommend a visit. I would also recommend to visit here prior to visiting Angkor and the temples to gain a better understanding of the amazing history of the surrounding...More
A must-see visit to this museum when you are in Siem Reap. There are 8 steps (shallow and wide) leading to the entrance of this museum. Once inside there is a winding ramp leading to all floors of the museum. Interestingly there is at least...More