When you first see the admission price it's a bit of a shock. $ 15 pp for adults and $ 7.50 pp for kids. It looked interesting for fun with our 7 year old grandson, and it was!!! It is unique amazing, lots of fun and well worth the price when you see what its taken to create this attraction. It's incredibly designed 3-D trick art, when you take someones picture it really looks like they are part of the scene. Whether balancing on a rickety bridge Indiana Jones style, being attacked by a killer shark, or driving in a chariot race, or just strolling through Angkor in the snow, it is an amazing experience. This a good place to make it up to your kids for dragging them around old temples. It's about 4 km from town, but well worth the trip. The whole visit takes about 1.5 to 2 hours. There is also an amazing light show. Our grandson loved the whole experience and my wife loved taking pictures. Be forewarned, when you arrive the place looks dark and inactive, buts its not, just go on in. They were closed for a while during COVID and are just trying to get up and running again.