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War Museum Admission Ticket in Siem Reap
From US$5.00*
War Museum Admission Ticket in Siem Reap
From US$5.00*
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The War Museum Cambodia in Siem Reap is the only war museum in Cambodia. The museum has a unique collection, you can take a free guide (a war veteran) and you can hold small arms.
Kaksekam Village | Sra Nge Commune, Siem Reap, Cambodia
+855 97 457 8666
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My husband and I had the honor and privilege to meet the author of the museum book “Sinarth a dedication to life. “ He actually gave us a tour we will never forget. It almost brought us to tears to hear of his suffering under...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Has a collection of old pieces of arms and ammunition and some tanks and guns. Good to visit if you want a view on war history but the experience was marred by the supposedly free guide who said he will only come if we guarantee...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It perfectly fits Cambodia considering it's geographic and historic background. I suggest for you to drop by at this little museum right after your arrival at the airport. Good thing our tuktuk driver offered this ride for free since it's just along the way. Surely,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Good price with an awesome amount of information on not only weapons but also cambodian conflicts and the regime. Information on landmines, their effects, and also NGOs working to help. Great guides with incredible stories really helped add a human element to the experience. Thank...More

Thank jawlicz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Worth a visit, a place to go to spend a few hours. Our guide was very informative, it was interesting to learn about the civil war. There are sheds where there are rifles, machine guns, and all kinds of military equipment. Sobering experience in all....More

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Came here whilst on a tour of Cambodia on our honeymoon. My husband was in his element! Tanks, guns, bombs etc all on display for you to touch and hold (obviously the guns aren’t working) it’s a very interesting and moving place that anyone who...More

Thank RoseBud2513
Reviewed 16 October 2018 via mobile

Good for those who are interested in history, i skipped the Killing Fields and decided to pay tribute to the victims of the Khmer Rouge by visiting this place. It’s a rustic outfit with literally hundreds of war paraphernalia including tanks, helicopters, every type of...More

Thank jesc83
Reviewed 12 October 2018 via mobile

This was an eye opening experience and highly recommended for travellers to Cambodia to help understand the country's past and the very recent conflict the Cambodian people have endured. It is a very moving experience. An amazing museum. Thank you for sharing with us.

Thank ashleeashby15
Reviewed 10 October 2018 via mobile

A very bare bones, outdoor museum. Early morning or evening would be the best time to visit to avoid the heat. Our free guide, a 9 year old boy at the start of the war, survived being shot several times, lost a leg, mines and...More

Thank karilynnequin
Reviewed 3 October 2018

From the moment you walk on to the grounds you feel that this is a different kind of historical stop. Equipment from several wars is layed out in rows, but unlike in most places they look like they were dropped off the back of a...More

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6 March 2017|
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Response from onemoreforStevo | Reviewed this property |
Our ticket says $US5. That said, its definitely worth taking one of the guides and I gave ours a $US5 tip afterwards as well.
26 January 2017|
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Response from mrsau2015 | Reviewed this property |
Its about 5000 riel or USD1.25 per tuk tuk. Each tuk tuk can sit 3-4 paxs. You need to bargain as everything is priced more than double for tourist while locals price is cheap. Coconut is USD1.00/fruit while local pays... More
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