A great way to learn about the Khmer Culture and History
If you don't like cultural stuff don't come here, but it doesn't hurt to try. I am a big fan of learning and understanding different cultures. Entrance fees are different depending if you are a fo...
I only gave this place 1 star because it wouldn't let me click on 0. Honestly it's a waste of time . It cost $15 us for tourist but if you Can speak Cambodian its $5. If your Cambodian but cannot spea...
Maybe children can appreciate. I arrived at 2:15 and just found out inside of the village that the restaurants and all kiosks where closed (I did not have lunch). It is very big and has no good direct...
I listed this as one of my wedding proposal venue firstly because I just love the name and definitely appeared romantic to me.I am a lover of oceanic places so would definitely recommend to those who share the same sentiments
丽君 (foreign princess)
arun suor sdei សួស្តី what makes travel special is to discover a new place that we only saw in pictures.
I love to go to Cambodia.
It's best for summer vacation.
Because it has nice weather and beautiful view everywhere.
If you go there, you can feel it!
While the temples are striking the trees and how they have grown up around the temples are just amazing. The carvings also have weathered the years, one cannot help but wonder....what would it have been like at Angkor Wat and other temples in their prime. #merrychristmas #siemreap
Cambodia Folk Culture Village, known as "Mini Cambodia," is located in the historic city of Siem Reap. In the village, there are wax museums and other museums that display Cambodia's famous historical figures and the ancient Cambodian people building Angkor, as well as miniature attractions that feature the famous scenic spots and historical sites throughout Cambodia. There are also more than a dozen ethnic villages with different styles of folk culture, showing the rich natural and cultural heritage that Cambodian people are proud of.