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Angkor National Museum Admission
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Angkor National Museum Admission
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968 Vithei Charles de Gaulle Blvd | Khrum 6, Siem Reap, Cambodia
+855 63 966 601
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All reviewsaudio guidebuddha imagesthousand buddhaskhmer historyentrance feebetter understandingdifferent languagesgreat introductioncouple of hourson displaybackground informationtwo hourswell worth the visitphnom penhtuk tukartifactsgalleries
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Reviewed 2 days ago

For tourists who do not have time to spend a day touring the Angkor Wat, this is for you! The Angkor National Museum contained several galleries of Cambodian Buddhism Reflections since Buddhism is spiritually linked to the Khmer people up to the present day. The...More

Thank AMC286
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a very good organizied museum to better understand the Angkor history and the relevant religions during the centuries.

Thank WW_Traveller_1965
Reviewed 2 days ago

The museum had some interesting exhibits and I thought the Gallery of 1,000 Buddha images sounded great. I was a bit disappointed as some of them were very small but were in shelves built into the wall right up to the ceiling so there was...More

Thank Karen F
Reviewed 3 days ago

This museum is a thorough history of the Angkor history (notably not Cambodian history). I found it worthwhile to get the audio guide at the museum to learn a bit more about history and culture as I walked through the exhibits. With that being said,...More

Thank AnnPaz
Reviewed 1 week ago

The introductory video, in most languages help you to understand a little of the History of Cambodia. As with most museums there are pretty of artifacts and even more written descriptors for them. I did find a children's book that a friend had, explaining the...More

Thank DiMcH29
Reviewed 1 week ago

I'm not really sure whether to recommend a visit here or not. I had been to Siem Reap a few years ago but hadn't been to this museum. Last time, even though I'd done some research in advance, I wished I had done more. So...More

1  Thank Travelinwkids14
Reviewed 1 week ago

We felt it would be good to go to this museum before heading out to the temples to get some more history and context. Based on reviews, we booked online and saved $7 for two people. However, after going today, I would say 1) save...More

1  Thank Lee K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A bit expensive for what is there, $ 12.50 plus $ 5.00 USD for head sets. It’s a little repetitive and most of the exhibits can be seen in actual Temples.

Thank Pricey100860
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you have the spare time or a rainy day in Siem Reap- pay a visit. Do the museum brief on arrival as it explains the themes of the exhibits. Some of the most detailed carvings are kept here and there is a good explanation...More

Thank jworthington
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

USD13 for adult entry plus USD5 for a headphone commentary in various languages for those wanting an explanation. I declined the headphones. Room after room of similar stone and wooden statues. They represent the past leaders in the Khymer history. The items are labelled in...More

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harper l
28 June 2018|
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Response from misawa393 | Reviewed this property |
No. According to my Cambodian tour guide, Cambodian citizens have to pay as well.
Frede R
23 March 2018|
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Response from IrishMD | Reviewed this property |
It was $12 for entry this week. I didn’t use the audio guide.
Law E
19 December 2017|
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Response from Makarand A | Reviewed this property |
there is a small cafe in the museum and few boutique restaurants around 500 mtrs towards palace which is near the Museum