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Ny was the most amazing man. He welcomed me warmly and introduced me to his sculptures. It was a privilege to listen to his amazing story. Can not recommend this enough for a real, personal experience. He even gave me a little souvenir to take...More
If you happen to meet the artist him self (quite likely as he still works here) it will be an great experience. There are only a few miniature temples but the stories behind them (and the artist) are fascinating.
The miniatures for themselves are ok, and not mind-blowing in any way...
Nonetheless, the visit is definitely more than worthwhile in order to meet Dy Proeung, who researched Angkor for years, miraculously survived the Khmer Rouge genocide, and built this place with his own hands....More
Stumbled across this place while exploring and it’s been one of the highlights of our trip. The sculptures are beautiful and the skill and time that went into them is amazing. The architect, dy proeung is just the loveliest person. He was all smiles and...More
Difficult to find, but the artist Dy had done a good job in is back yard with this. A life long achievement doing this.
It is really impressive what he has accomplished, and he also had his personal story of the communist that killed his...More
Don't go to see this because you want to be stunned by the miniatures, or you can get some great selfies or see stunning gardens or you expect anything more than an eccentric man with a life long devotion to Angkor. Don't go to see...More
We saw the recommendation for this little place in a travel guide and did not expect much when we told the tuktuk driver to bring us there.
We thought it will be a small museum with a small scale model of the Angkor main complex...More
Those who visit Mr. Proeung's models expecting to be blown away by the magnitude of them will be disappointed. The entry fee is $1.50, and those who expect to receive some sort of corresponding experience for this money will equally be disappointed. Do not be...More
This attraction was within walking distance of my hotel, so I didn't need to make any special effort to bet there.
The display was created by a stone mason years ago and has, over the years, degraded. Since it is a model of ruins, I...More