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SIEM REAP ANGKOR - ATTRACTIONS AREA.

Balloon Ride Over Angkor Wat

Just west of Angkor Wat, a touring company offers an exciting - and different - way to appreciate the ruins without fighting the hordes of tourists and touts.  Seeing the site from above gives a new perspective on just how massive the temple complex really is.

Balloon rides start at US $35 and prices go up for longer tours.  If you have never been in a hot air balloon, this is the perfect place for your first experience!

Land Mine Museum

The Khmer Rouge in 1975 and the Vietnamese occupation in 1979 have contributed to Siem Reap's tumultuous, war-torn past.  Siem Reap did not begin to stabilize and become safe enough for tourists to visit until the 1990s.

Unfortunately, millions of land mines and unexploded objects were left behind by decades of conflict.  The many legless beggars in town are a living testament to how dangerous these artifacts still are in the present day.

The Cambodia Land Mine Museum was founded by a former child soldier whose parents were killed by the Khmer Rouge and is staffed by victims and orphans of mines.  Although sobering, the Land Mine Museum is a real piece of Cambodia away from the tourism glam.

Military Shooting Range

Watched one too many action movies and want to give it a try?  Forty minutes from Siem Reap, tourists may shoot an array of automatic weapons at an old military shooting range.  The prices are not cheap - US $1 a bullet and up - but where else will you have the opportunity to fire an AK-47 or throw a live hand grenade?

Retired soldiers supervise the range and continuously harass you to try the latest and greatest in firepower, including belt-fed machine guns.  Those with enough money and guts are even invited to fire an old, soviet-made rocket launcher!

Angkor National Museum

The Angkor National Museum houses thousands of artifacts recovered from Angkor Wat and the surrounding areas in an impressive building.  Art, statues, and well-planned video presentations make this museum well worth the US $12 entrance.

Visiting the Angkor National Museum before Angkor Wat will give you an insight into the history of the Khmer civilization and will enhance your visit to the temple ruins. 

A walk through the museum only takes around two hours.







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