Specialty Museums in Siem Reap

Top Specialty Museums in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Specialty Museums in Siem Reap

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  • kimbarker951
    California7 contributions
    You should visit this museum before you visit Angkor Wat. It has many artifacts. It's clean. Has friendly staff. It has a gift shop.
    Written June 21, 2020
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  • Marlon Z
    11 contributions
    My wife and I rented a motor bike in order to get there. It was $5.00 per person entrance fee per person (well worth the cost). Very educational experience where you can learn more about a very dark period in Cambodia's history and how it continues to be impacted by landmines today.
    Written May 7, 2022
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  • traveler
    Phnom Penh, Cambodia1 contribution
    I wasn’t sure what to make of this place but it was a lot of fun! Kids had a blast and were excited to take pictures, which is never the case :P
    Written December 31, 2021
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  • 1VoiceInTheCrowd
    Hudson River Valley, NY243 contributions
    This museum gave the impression that it was not often visited (in fact, we were the only guests there, and had personal attention from our guides: different ones for each section of the small museum). As lovers of textiles, both my husband and I appreciated the beautiful/colorful examples of the various materials, and the detailed information about them, as well.

    As a nice surprise, they had a small display of handmade jewelry that had been created by some of the staff, at extremely reasonable prices that certainly no one could pass up. It was especially fun to find out that I had chosen a necklace that was made by one of our guides. Even though we did not speak the same language, he could see how much I liked my necklace, and I could see how pleased he was to be acknowledged as an artist.

    It is too bad that they don't have an official gift shop - this is a missed opportunity on their part to sell textiles to customers who would really appreciate them. Maybe if enough of us ask for it?
    Written February 27, 2020
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  • Joe D
    1 contribution
    A stopped by the Museum by chance, and was rewarded with an amazing tour from the Museum Manger Mr Var Inariddh. He was very friendly, informative and knowledgeable about all matters associated with mines and their deadly impact. He spoke excellent English and took the time to answer my questions. The museum has a great display of all sorts of mines and war equipment.

    Its hard to see the visual impact and human damage the mines have done, but the museum is definitely worth a visit and I recommend it to give context to Cambodian history.
    Written May 25, 2022
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