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. Add Cambodia Landmine Museum to your Siem Reap travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Siem Reap trip planner.
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  • My wife and I rented a motor bike in order to get there. It was $5.00 per person entrance fee per person (well worth the cost). Very educational experience where you can learn more about a very dark.....  more
    My wife and I rented a motor bike in order to get there. It was $5.00 per person entrance fee per person (well worth the cost). Very educational experience where you can learn more about a very dark.....  more »
  • This museum highlights the continuing problem of the millions of landmines which are slowly being cleared in Cambodia. Whilst some of the exhibits are simple or dated, the displays are very... 
    This museum highlights the continuing problem of the millions of landmines which are slowly being cleared in Cambodia. Whilst some of the exhibits are simple or dated, the displays are very...  more »
  • We visited back in 2017 with our family. What a tragic history and stories. We came out of there more aware of what they went through and the suffering of so many people 
    We visited back in 2017 with our family. What a tragic history and stories. We came out of there more aware of what they went through and the suffering of so many people  more »
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  • Very confronting, so interesting. This little museum was created by a man who when he was 10 years old was recruited by the Khmer Rouges as a child soldier, in 1975. 4 years later he passed to the Vietnamese army, then considered as those who came to free Cambodia. He was taught to put landmines. When the peace was back, he dedicated himself to clear the landmines, and to help and shelter children who were landmine injured. This small museum shows the actual life in a country which was at war not that long ago, a war they didn't ask for, a war where all the children were enrolled as soldiers, and who today learned to live in peace together, although they remember well having been in opposing camps, fighting with guns. Visiting the museum made me silent and thankful for having known but peace.
  • Amazing, well worth the trip from Siem Reap. A worthy cause!
  • Indeed a must-visit for anyone serious about understanding the history of the country Not always easy but definitely worth the visit. They literally do life changing work on a daily basis
  • My husband and I visited the museum today. Spoke with Bill who was able to give us information about what is done with money donated to this cause. Building schools for the children. Cant get any better than that. Please donate
  • This is a place display many kinds of mines during war time. Fee entrance 5$, but free for Khmer people and has a audio English guide. Inside, they displayed many pictures tell about the war and life of local people at that time.

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