I totally agree to go to such a place to learn about the history of a country, no matter how challenging it is. The exhibition is outside the city, not very far by car, and it only takes 30-60 minutes to visit the entire exhibition. The main feature is the mine display area. There are 6 rooms distributed in the central area. Each room has displays, information and stories about the country’s history. The founder of the museum devoted his life to discovering and removing landmines and bombs left over from many wars. I did not realize the impact of the Vietnam conflict on Cambodia before. The tour guides are all volunteers (you can choose voluntarily). Our tour guide lost his leg when playing near home 20 years ago. The ticket is $5, but you have to know that this is a great business. You will indeed see a lot of disabled people in and around the town. This place will let you understand what you can't understand in the town.
During the Cambodian Civil War, the warring factions planted countless landmines throughout the country. Each army occupied a certain piece of land and began to mine it. It was soon wiped out by other troops. Of course, the location of the mine was also wiped out. Then the new army began to mine again, and no one knew exactly where there were so many mines.
The Cambodian Landmine Museum is in the center of Cambodia. The promissory note is a person who needs a three-meter manager. This nanny has also been preserved from the Khmer Rouge period. It is all ice. The way you tell stories shows the various landmines left over from the war period. . The mines here are all on display, and they are all dug out at that time and they are worth watching.
The former soldiers who survived the Khmer Rouge period told stories about the various landmines left over from the war and their influence on the past, present and future of the Cambodian people. The museum is also a non-governmental organization charity, and the ticket revenue is used to support the lives of people with disabilities.
Unexpectedly, there is also a mine museum here, which has a collection of all kinds of mines, which is really an eye-opening place.
Preston_Dominguez: Angkor National Park, 7km south of Banteay Srey Temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Cambodia Landmine Museum,Banteay Srey Butterfly Centre,