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Angkor Wat

One of the most incredible ancient sites in the world, Angkor Archaeological Park was built by a succession of kings between 9th and 15th centuries. The site is most commonly known for its major temple complex named as Angkor Wat. The site contains hundreds of temples and it is hard to cover entire area in one go. Angkor was one of the largest in the world during the medieval age. Angkor Wat Temple boasts bas-reliefs carved with scenes from Hindu epics. The main attraction of the temple is the Churning of the Ocean Milk bas-relief located at its east gallery.

Angkor National Museum

An apt appendage to Angkor Wat, Angkor National Museum is a modern museum explaining the history of Angkorian era with audio-video presentations, information boards, and an assortment of Khmer treasures from Angkor's temples, along with exhibits found from other Cambodian archaeological sites. Through a visit to this museum, visitors can learn about various periods of Angkorian times.

Phare Ponleu Selpak

A renowned circus in Cambodia, Phare Ponleu Selpak is an interesting spectacle putting together the music, dance, circus slapstick, and acrobatics. This circus combines, with a story, the performance of drama and comedy. The performers in Phare Ponleu Selpak are graduates from the Phare Ponleu Selpak Performing Arts School in Battambang. This school trains disadvantaged youth in various arts.

Landmine Museum

Cambodia underwent long years of war in the late 20th century in which the country faced horrifying toll of landmines. About five million landmines are said to be still buried in the countryside left by Vietnamese forces, Khmer Rouge forces, and the Cambodian government. Landmine Museum highlights the ongoing scourge of landmines in the country and also tells about the work that is being done to de-mine the nation. This museum is located at a distance of about 25 kilometers from Siem Reap.