This is a museum built under the auspices of the French. The museum has a beautiful building and a small area. The museum consists of four pavilions. As soon as you enter the main entrance of the museum, you can see the stone statue of the Roc bird Garuda. The collection is too rich. Mainly stone carvings, as well as some daily necessities of the Angkor period, pottery pots, woodware, bronzes, etc. The explanations are detailed, involving religion and history, and can have a more comprehensive understanding of the process of religious development in Cambodia. It is a pity that some areas cannot be photographed.
Cambodia National Ceramics Museum, Cambodia's largest ceramics museum, exhibits mainly Khmer culture-colored ceramics. It is accessible by shuttle bus from the airport.
Cambodia National Ceramics Museum Cambodia's largest ceramics museum, exhibits mainly with Khmer culture color ceramics. You can take a bumper car from the airport. There are beautiful crafts.
I heard that the Cambodia National Museum is full of real works before going, it is worth going, so I bought the tickets, the online ticket only costs 60 yuan, it is too cheap, I plan to spend at least one morning in the museum, the result... The museum is really too small, normally wear headphones to listen to the explanation, The tour lasted up to 2 hours unless you know the three Cambodian gods very well, not only the sky, the cow, the Vishnu, the lotus platform, the two snakes stirring the milky sea, and the tumbling waves that gave birth to the happy Apsara. And you can see the order of the ages from the subtle carving differences.
There are many genuine pieces inside, Cambodian pottery is brilliant