We didn't have too high expectations for this museum, but when we walked in here, everything changed. For only 5 dollars, you can understand what happened in this country and the horrors they endured. Most of the exhibits are rusty military equipment, including guns and expired ammunition. The most eye-catching exhibit is the information board that shows these stories. It's worth seeing. A good opportunity to observe up close military equipment that may be used in war. Comparison and display of various weapons. It is easy to navigate and has good photo opportunities.
In the southwest of Siem Reap city, follow Highway No. 6 to the west. When you see the Folk Village, you will enter the small road at the next T-junction. The location is a bit too easy to follow the navigation. Tickets only accept cash, Khmer 21,000 Swiss dollars Or 50 RMB (100 does not give change, it is recommended to prepare change). Inside are some eliminated weapons, although worn out, they are shocking. These tanks, artillery, and guns seem to be telling history, telling the hard-won peace of Cambodia through pictures. They can't speak, but they tell the truest history.
This is the only war museum in Cambodia. If you are interested in machinrd guns, then why not came to experience the excitrmentnof the game.
Our tuk tuk driver suggested we check out the war museum. It was all outdoors and pretty much a collection of rusted war equipments like guns, tanks, and a helicopter. US$5 to get in seemed steep for the area given you can buy a meal for 3 at the same price. I didn't opt for the "free" tour that offered us, I later found out they practically demand a $20pp donaton. If you do get the tour, the donation amount is negotiable so you don't have to pay the amount they ask for.