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Cambodian Cultural Village, Siem Reap

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Cambodian Cultural Village recreates the traditions and lifestyles of the nation's many ethnic minorities through live performances, museums, food, and life-size replicas of villages and traditional houses. The guided tour begins with the wax museum, which displays lifelike sculptures of famous people and moments in Cambodian history. In the village, admire the various styles of houses of different tribes, including Khmer, Kreung, Cham, and others. A stroll around the miniature collection of famous buildings and sculptures compensates for those who don’t have time to see everything in real life, while the famous Apsara dance performances provide a dynamic highlight of the village. Put Cambodian Cultural Village into our Siem Reap family vacation planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Siem Reap.
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  • Too expensive for the place. The price does not justify the State of the Park which is has abandoned. I do not know that superman had come was siem reap, which means I was tte my childhood in the wrong with smallville.
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  • We go alles Sunday falling on it by chance while walking! already the price special stranger 15usd not but good joke! What is this disgusting discrimination! then inside how to tell you, at first we're in sort of a wax museum, we keep hoping for an interesting visit tjs, once outside we disillusioned fast! There is nothing, it's ugly, it's in ruins and it is filled with garbage everywhere! performances must be motivated to wait for the show of the day! We got 40 minutes it was out! There is nothing to do and the feeling of being had as a pigeon gives desire to break out of this trap has c# #! I hate that we take people for idiots, so please if you read me, save your money! get a massage, a restaurant, give your money has a beggar... it will be better than giving tjs your money has these thieves!
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  • Entry $15 find perhaps a little too high. There are some miniature replicas of famous buildings, entrance of the Park, right and left are finding exhibitions to the animal world and the everyday life of the Khmer. In the right the Royal family is shown in detail, from the 19th century to the present. The offered performances be included in which spectators are what is beautiful. To do this, there is a schedule which is to be seen also initially, when and where these presentations take place, unfortunately the orientation in the Park is difficult. I heard however, most visitors are on the weekend there, since then larger and multiple performances take place. Summary: It fails, not much, if it was not there.
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  • My first time visit in December 2015 was great seeing many culture performance and dance. Just a bit upset that there were no big show at the end.
  • Difficult to navigate around, due to the lack of signage and instructions given about the showtime. Nevertheless Cambodian Cultural Village still worth the visit. I do not recommend paying extra for the Ghost house/walk. It was a letdown.
  • Opening from morning until night time around 9pm. Ticket 5$ for local people. The show start from 11am until 8:30.
  • I was very displeased to see the Lemur that they had in the zoo section horribly mistreated. The poor little guy was stuck in a tiny enclosure that was filled with trash and feces. This zoo area had other animals, none of which had the same miserable living conditions as this Lemur. I contacted some Cambodian animal rescue centers for help, but I"m not sure if anything can be done. I am posting a review about it everywhere I can in hopes that this little guy can at least get his enclose cleaned.
  • Interesting place.
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