This museum is especially set up to give you context and background on the temples you will visit in the archeological park. For instance, in one room they have 1000 Buddhas taken from the Bayon Temple in Angkor Thom. The museum has different rooms that are air conditioned & connected by open air walk ways and features a circular ramp in the middle that reminded me of the Guggenheim. In the various galleries were videos that played in different languages that explained about the gallery or myths portrayed in the elegant carvings found in some of the major temples. A good way to get context for what you are to see if you aren't a Hindu or Buddhist or don't have a scholar's grasp of Cambodian history centered around the construction of the area.
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