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Small exhidition, music by the diable on the way to Ankor.
Nothing much and it might be skipped if you have limited time.
Some same kinds of music by the disable might be seen at the night market at night.
We went for the interactive exhibition to experience what it's like to be blind. We were led by a truly inspiring blind student, Vannsak, who was happy to talk to us in depth about his life being blind. The whole experience was educational, touching and...More
Went there with the family. Exhebition.ia rather small but nice.
The darkness room, where you get to feel 15 min being blind, is supper intersting .
Whole place is inspiring.
Come support this great place.
This exhibition has three distinct areas, Tonle Sap Lake exhibition about life on the biggest lake of fresh water in S.E. Asia, Krousar Thmey (New family) exhibition, which explains the background to the provision of accommodation and schools for displaced children and subsequently those with...More
This place is definitely worth a visit while in Siem Reap. We had some difficulties finding the place (not showing on Google Maps and the Lonely Planet guidebook only listed the street name), but once we arrived, we were happy to have put in the...More
There is a lot of information of the Tonle Sap lake, and I like the experience in the dark just like blind people, it is really impressive. This is totally free! Unluckily seems like not many tourists paying a visit, what a waste!
This is a free exhibition giving some information on the life of Tonle Sap lake (both human and wildlife), and of the Krousar Thmey foundation which helps better the lives of disabled and disadvantaged Cambodians. It is small, and 15-20 minutes is enough time to...More
We went to the Exhibiton Hall because we had a lot of time the day and we wanted to learn something about the lake Tonle Sap as we wanted to go there the next day. Also we wanted to get a massage by the blinds...More