Angkor National Museum, Siem Reap
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspect the cultural heritage of the Khmer Empire's golden era at Angkor National Museum. Opened in 2007, the museum houses a vast collection of relics that portray the ancient civilization's legends and art. The exterior may look a bit mall-like, but the museum's many galleries brim with splendor sure to impress hard-core history buffs. Inside the exhibit halls, you can examine informative displays about Angkor Wat, the rise of the Khmer Empire, and the influence of Buddhism on the local people. The museum prohibits photography and offers discounted tickets for the youngest visitors. Take a look at our Siem Reap vacation planner to schedule your visit to Angkor National Museum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Generally travelers, visiting Siem Reap doing the rounds of temples, take a day's break in between and visit the place, just to be under cool environment, yet knowing more about the history. Personall... read more »
Visited this museum. It was very quiet. That's probably because they charge you $12 entry fee. Vastly overpriced for what's inside. In addition they charge $5 per person to have an audio guide. The mu... read more »
Did this with the audio tour and took over two hours. I happen to be really interested in the religious history of Cambodia and found the tour to be quite thorough. I didn't even read the architectura... read more »
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