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An absolute must see ... this brings together everything you see at Angkor.
A brilliant, modern, air conditioned venue that appears purpose built to showcase Angkor and its wonders.
I would recommend this to everyone!!
A 12 dollars ticket plus 5 dollars for audio guide. A 1 hour visit is quite enough. Big exhibition halls and no photos allowed inside. It has statues of Buddha in various shapes and sizes. As a national museum, I expect to see the culture...More
My wife & I both enjoyed 2 hours taking in the information about the Angkor history, geography, culture, religion & art. We appreciated the use of different media; particularly the briefings and large screen film towards the end. We visited the museum on our last...More
First it must be said that the cost of entry is on the steep side. I'd say a reasonable charge would be around $6 or £5. Secondly, the rules are draconian. I understand that bags and backpacks are a nuisance so lockers are provided, but...More
You really get a good insight into how and why all the temples were built.
I didn't use the audio guild so cant comment on that but everything has also hot English info.
There are a few video clips to watch and i highly recommend...More
We went here on our last morning and could have spent longer looking around if we had realised just what was here. It gives a great overall timeline of the temples of Angkor and explains the differences, in architecture, religion and mythology. This could give...More