I'm afraid that the review won't pass. Those who have been to Ta Prohm Temple should have seen the Buddha's smiling sculpture. This is a certain characteristic of Mahayana Buddhism, like the big Buddha statue in Longmen Grottoes, Wu Zetian, and Yungang Grottoes, like the Queen Mother of the Northern Wei Dynasty. But then why changed to Southern Buddhism. That is to say, these Buddha heads are not sculpted, and you are interested in understanding them.
The National Museum of Cambodia was built in 1913. The museum currently houses handicrafts and sculptures from the 4th to 10th centuries and the Angkor dynasty, several photos of Angkor taken by French photographers, and many authentic sculptures of Angkor Wat . The museum is an open design, very beautiful and full of exotic flavors. There is a small pavilion in the center that enshrines a statue of a god, surrounded by four artificial lotus ponds, with grass beds and benches interspersed with each other, like a soundproof wall, blocking the noise of the downtown outside the museum, allowing visitors to quietly enjoy it.
a very spacious museum. an absolutely must-visit attraction for everyone. interesting exhibitions and an amazing souvenir shop
My favorite place when i study at university. when my friend visit phnom penh, i always take them to visit there. for me ticket only 500R
very inspirational tribute to Independence in the City Centre with fountains and flags flying from flag poles lining both sides of the monument.