There are many things to see in Cambodian Folk Culture Village, and it’s free, a good place to learn about local folk history
I went to the Cambodian Angkor Folk Culture Village to visit, and I really felt the Cambodian folk customs are very distinctive
The Cambodian Cultural Village is like a sad Disneyland in Siem Reap. Their attempt was to capture a glimpse into real Cambodian culture to show to tourists but it fails miserably. They have scheduled shows like the "wedding show" and other traditional dances, but the staff are unenthusiastic and it all just comes across very sad. Save your money!
It feels good, with Cambodian folklore characteristics. There are residential houses of various ethnic groups in Cambodia, large and small theaters, and traditional Cambodian wedding ceremony performances. The epitome of many famous buildings in Cambodia, such as the Royal Palace of Phnom Penh, museums, etc., as well as a small zoo and botanical garden. Booking tickets with Ctrip is cheaper than buying tickets on the spot. It is worth seeing.
Cambodian Folk Culture Village is located in Siem Reap, the Kingdom of Cambodia, on National Highway No. 6 in Krus Village, Siem Reap. This is a shopping village similar to Chinese tourist shopping stores, but there is no mandatory shopping. They are usually brought here by local guides. The young ladies in ethnic costumes are hospitable and introduce the production of silver products. The local fruits are pretty good.
On the last day in Siem Reap, I went to the Folk Culture Village. The tickets bought by Ctrip were cheaper than those purchased on the spot, and there was a free Chinese guide. The scenery is not very attractive to me who have visited the outer circle and the outer circle, but the performance inside is worth seeing. I watched four consecutive shows, which is great!