The museum was way over priced at $12 and you couldn't even take photos. If you wish to use an audio guide you will be out another $3. The museum is not engaging at all and there's really not that much in there. Not much history about the building of the temples, just information about who each statue is. Just stick to the temples if you want to look at cool, stone carvings. Learnt a whole lot more about the building of the temples from a $2 half hour foot massage with an informative DVD playing on a big screen. Would recommend that instead. You get to sit in a comfy chair with someone rubbing your feet while learning the history of Angkor Wat. Find that on the same street as the ABABA Indian food restaurant.
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