Located in the historical province of Siem Reap, Cambodian Cultural Village is a Wax museum exhibits the development of Cambodian Culture from the first century up to present, the way how Angkor Wat temple was built, Khmer people during the Chenla period, various characteristics and replicas of important historical people.
This unique open-air museum contains life-size exhibits representing the various ethnicities and cultures in Cambodia.
Attractions include replicas of important monuments as well as traditional Apsara dances and ethnic performances. Inside the extensive village are the representations of Cambodia’s 11 Villages featuring houses of different architectural styles while providing examples of Khmer creativity in arts and crafts.
At each village, visitors will see wooden houses, carving, traditional performances in different styles such as Apsara Dancing, performance of ethnic minorities from the Northeast of Cambodia, a traditional wedding ceremony, a circus, popular games, peacock dancing, acrobats, elephant shows, boxing and many more.
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