A white-looking classical building, using electro-acousto-optic and physical, gives a more comprehensive introduction to Angkor's history, among which a number of video documentaries with Chinese narratives can be selected. The eight exhibition halls in the museum contain a variety of architectural and artistic treasures of Angkor period. Multimedia technology shows the history, culture and life of Angkor period from various perspectives. Such a small country as Siem Reap has such a modern museum, not because it is amazing! The museum is divided into two floors, the first floor has seven areas, the second floor has six areas, a total of eight exhibition halls and a shop, to start from the first exhibition hall on the second floor, eight exhibition halls from A-G into different themes, plus a thousand Buddha Hall. Opening hours: 8:30-18:00 from April 1 to September 30; 8:30-18:30 tickets from October 1 to March 31: $12 per person; half price for children under 12 years old; half price for students with valid student cards. Pre-booking tickets on the official website offers a discount of $1 per person. There is also a $3/set rental commentator in English, Chinese, French, Korean and Japanese. You can't wear a hat when you enter the library. You need to keep your bags and carry valuables with you. You can go in with your camera, but some of the collections are not allowed to take photos.
Sleep in, eat and drink enough to go to Angkor National Museum, temporary newspaper foot to understand Angkor religious art. Fig. 1 is the manifestation of Linga's reproductive worship. Fig. 2 is a favorite part of architectural decoration. Thirdly, Naga Snake King said that Shiva was the head of the Four Summers of Buddha's Rainbow Map. As a result, after a circle of strolling, it was found that the number of hands was doomed to fail. Five Apsala Fairies in Cambodia. The most common fairy in Cambodia, Tu VI, talked about Cambo What is introduced is only the change of clothes on the lower body but not on the upper body, but people say that their history is "from the records of China, we can understand." Since this can not be too harsh. Finally, praise the humanization of the museum. Most of the introductory videos can be interpreted in the language chosen by visitors. Almost every exhibition hall has chairs for visitors to sit down and watch videos. They need to send bags in. But the museum will give you a small bunch of pockets to carry your wallet and mobile phone, and your deposit card will be on them. It feels very detailed and intimate. Summary - "Shiva, Vishnu, Brahman and their avatars are really silly and unclear.
Before coming to Cambodia, I saw the strategy of Angkor Wat. Many netizens said that if we want to know the history and culture of Angkor Wat deeply, we must visit the museum first. So the first stop of our trip was the National Museum of Angkor Wat. Tickets are twelve dollars. We bought tickets online, RMB 64 yuan per person, which is a lot of money. There is also one yuan explanation in the group purchase project, mobile phone download is OK! You must not buy this commentary, because it is prohibited to use, once found, it will face a high fine, it is estimated that it is related to intellectual property rights! Where the ticket is validated, you can rent an interpreter at a price of $5, which is very necessary and worth the money. The cultural relics inside are all numbered. You just need to find the corresponding number in the interpreter to know the historical background of the cultural relics, so you won't be looking at the stones on the horse. It's not allowed to take pictures inside the museum, so I only took pictures of the periphery. Unfortunately, it's not possible to show the facilities and relics inside the museum, because it's surprising that Cambodia, a backward country, has such a museum of this size. Each area has a video showroom, in which there are many countries can choose their own language. After watching the video, we can find out the historical background and have a preliminary understanding of the surrounding cultural relics. One of them is a video exhibition hall, which I particularly like. It is surrounded by circular benches. The introduction of Little Angkor is shown in the dark exhibition hall. When the video is finished, the hall lights up and the front of the ring seat is a miniature model of Little Angkor. Handicraft is so delicate that people can't stand to leave! I am not very fond of learning, I prefer to appreciate those broken walls than listening to the explanation. Although broken and incomplete, but the skillful sculpture is amazing. My nephew prefers history, so he listens very attentively. In the next few days, he becomes a half-commentator at every temple. He tells me which is Xiurao, which is Asura, and where is Shiva worshipped. In addition, I regret that I didn't listen to the explanation attentively at that time. So don't spare a few hours of visiting the Angkor National Museum. If you want to have a deep understanding of Khmer culture, it's very necessary to visit here! __________
The museum is lined up with the quintessential exhibits. He will tell you about Angkor's historical evolution, the decline of civilization, the legends of Indian Buddhism and so on. The museum exhibits works of art about Khmer culture and magnificent Angkor. It is a journey to increase knowledge for those who have a good understanding of ancient Khmer culture, or for those who have no prior knowledge of the ancient Khmer Empire. The exhibits are impressive with the theme of age, religion and royalty. There are touch-screen videos, epic reviews and panoramic films of sunrise at Angkor Wat. For first-time visitors to Cambodia, they can learn about Angkor and the Khmer Kingdom before leaving for Angkor.
Museum is still very necessary to go, it is suggested to go to the museum before going to the scenic spot, to understand Khmer culture and history, and then to the scenic spot more experience. We couldn't take pictures, but we took some of them secretly. In addition, it costs 5 yuan to rent the museum's interpreter. We bought the Chinese voice guide APP produced by Cambodian Tourism Bureau in the hotel. It has a very high cost performance ratio. All 20 yuan Angkor scenic spots have explanations. Originally wanted to invite a tour guide, the local tour guide cost 60 dollars a day.
The Angkor National Museum is the second day to Siem Reap. It sleeps and lets the hotel tuktukbus. The hotel returns the coupons. The Angkor National Museum only needs $9. The original price is $12. It rents a guide. Two people listen to it. There are six museums in total. We still watch them carefully and spend about 3 dollars. About an hour
It is suggested that before visiting major scenic spots, you can choose to receive education in museums first. Photographs can't be taken in the museum, but they can be taken in the corridor and outside. The Thousand Buddha Hall and various historical introductions in the museum should not be missed. Some small theatres have VCRs that can choose languages by switching on the walls. What is particularly interesting is the myths and legends about stirring the Milky sea and so on.
Siem Reap, Cambodia. Behind the Raffles Hotel is a complex of buildings. Next to the National Museum is the DFS duty-free shop. Buses and buses pull Chinese people into duty-free shops instead of museums. Museum tickets are $12. You must rent an interpreter for $5. Museum is not big, if the first day to Siem Reap Museum, will guide the next few days of travel, but may lack experience, and will not feel. If you go after visiting Angkor, you will feel it everywhere and regret that you did not notice many details in those temples. So the most perfect thing is to first visit, then go to the museum, and then visit again, but this is too perfect, for many people, unrealistic.
Before entering Angkor, come here to worship, learn and feel. You have to save your bags, but you have to give them a cloth bag to carry your valuables with you. The library is still very advanced, the key areas have large screens to play video, you can choose language directly on the wall, most of them have Chinese. There's also a hall that simulates the sunrise in Angkor, the most classic scene. It's beautiful. There's a bathroom on the first floor, a coffee shop, and ice cream on the first floor. There is a fish tank in the hall. There is a famous "Luohan" in it, but there is only one. Would it be too lonely?