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Cambodia Landmine Museum, Siem Reap

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Explore the halls of Cambodia Landmine Museum to educate yourself about the importance of clearing landmines set during years of armed turmoil. The museum also shelters and schools many children, so feel free to help that cause by leaving a donation. By using our Siem Reap itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Cambodia Landmine Museum and other attractions in Siem Reap.
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Siem Reap offers attractive accommodations on every budget. Inexpensive family-run guesthouses provide clean, private rooms with access to the host's wealth of information. Hostels catering to backpackers cluster around the old market squares. Four- and five-star resorts welcome guests to retreat from the city into sleek modern interiors or rustic village havens, while mid-range hotels with sparkling pools fill in the spectrum. All can be booked online in advance, but with the abundant options at hand you shouldn't have much trouble finding a room upon arrival.
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  • Definitely worth a visit. Small museum but filled with lots of information and allows you to understand the threats that Cambodians are still facing against land mines being placed everywhere across t...  more »
  • This is an interesting place to visit. Make sure you get the audio tour as it gives you more information as also saves you having to read the large information boards throughout. Only around $6 to vis...  more »
  • i went on recommendation from a friend this is not a big museum but they are doing big things I found it very informative im glad I went  more »
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  • Very informative. Definitely worth a stop if your in the area. Audio tour is free and well done.
  • If you like to know more about landmines in general, the history of Cambodia and the problems the people of this country face due to the wars in the past - you should really go there. Bill, a US american veteran, works there and is highly engaged. He gave me an almost personal tour through the museum. The people there do a really great job, I was very impressed by their work. The stories of the children who live in the village next to the museum really touched me. Thank you for helping the people of Cambodia and the innocent children, who still become victims of the past wars. Its wonderful to see that these chilren get a new future and they can smile again.
  • Their collection is really big - big enough to give you goosebumps.
  • They did a very nice job. You must have to visit this place. Please support them
  • This museum tells the history of land mines in Cambodia and the soldier who started it. It's a must see if you are into history of why and how things come about. The museum itself will not take an hour to go through unless you stay and listen to one of the volunteers tell their stories. The Museum also supports an attached orphanage (you can not visit this as it is their homes). Just beside the museum is a small restaurant (Cambodian style) that we are at when done. Nothing fancy and food was fine.