The Angkor temples were revered with many fascinating and priceless artifacts when they were discovered well over a century ago. Thousands were plundered by unscrupulous individuals and the Cambodian government has been working tirelessly over the past decade to recover them. Today, thousands are displayed in the Angkor National Museum including many unique Hindu and Buddhist sculptures. Full context and historical facts are delivered through state of the art multimedia displays.
Angkor Panorama Museum
The Angkor Panorama Museum, an impressive 6,115m2 theatre museum, is a product of a grand collaboration between the Cambodian government and North Korea. The museum, the latest tourist attraction in Siem Reap, is just a few kilometers from the Angkor Wat temple. It houses panoramic murals of Angkorian history with one painting measuring 122.6m×12.9m featuring more than 45,000 people in it. That painting, took about four months to complete.
To provide further context, a 204-seat theatre within the complex features a 20-minute animated movie which shows sequences on the construction of the Angkor temple.
Plan Your Visit
Adult: 12 USD
Child 6 - 11Yrs(1 - 5 Yrs = FOC): 6.00 USD
ISIC Rate: 6.00 USD
April – September from 08:30AM-06:00PM
October – March from from 08:30AM-06:30PM
For more information, Please visit: http://www.angkornationalmuseum.com