Angkor National Museum
31 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
It is 1km from Reveal Angkor Boutique, you can go there by tuk tuk it take about a few minutes.
The Angkor National Museum in Siem Reap is perfect for learning more about the glorious Khmer Empire before visiting the stunning temples at the Angkor Archaeological Park. Most of the artefacts on display in the museum were recovered in and around the Angkor Archaeological Sites. From an…
Get more backgroubd at Angkor National Museum! Put it all into context at this comprehensive museum, which explores the Buddhist and Hindu treasures found at the nearby temple sites and tells the full story of the powerful Angkor civilisation. As the museum gives an overview, rather than detailed…
Museum of national culture of Cambodia. Interesting for learning the history of the people of Cambodia.
Well laid out, worth a visit before or after your temple exploration. You will find a lot of the real carvings and statues here, that have been removed from the temple sites to guard against theft and vandalism. 5 mins walk from 3Suites.
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