Angkor National Museum

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The Angkor National Museum was built in 2007 and offers comfortable, air-conditioned respite from the Siem Reap heat. It consists of eight galleries and features a vast collection of Cambodian and Khmer artifacts. For many, the first gallery is the most visually impressive, consisting of 1000 Buddha images. The walls are lined with hundreds of Buddha's made from a range of materials including wood, metal and gold. In other galleries, you can view artifacts discovered at the Temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park, including a number of wooden and stone statues. Allow two hours to explore the museum and then visit the small shop and cafe at the end of your visit. (Photo Credit: Leonard Laub, unsplash.com)

Aung Kyaw Myint
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a year ago
This buddha image is not at Angkor National Museum.

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  • No 968 Vithei Charles De Gaulle Siem Reap, Krong Siem Reap 17259, Cambodia
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