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Traditional Khmer artworks & religious artifacts, in 1920s building inspired by temple architecture.- Google
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2 months ago
The $5 entrance fee was fair, but they really need to maintain it better. Mosquitoes bit us incessantly, making it difficult to enjoy the exhibits. The bathrooms were filthy and smelled terrible. The place needs to be cleaned and the displayed updated. One would think as the "national" museum, more pride and effort would go into the care of it.
4 months ago
Happily spent an hour walking around this and the middle garden area. Enough infomation and pieces for me, and I enjoyed it.
4 years ago
This is an important educational experience for anyone interested in the Angkor temples. Many of the statues from the temples now reside here. Plus there are plenty of other fascinating artifacts, for example bronzes.
Raymi Hurtado Stuart
5 months ago
If you are extremely interested in the Khmer history and culture then this is probably worth a visit. But I personally found it less informative and therefore less interesting than I would have hoped. I wish I had saved the time and money, as going to the Angkor Wat museum in Siem Reap presents the same information but in a much more informative way.
a year ago
I'd really not bother with this. Very small. Not much to see. Lots of "unknown period, unknown origin" cards next to exhibits.