The War Museum is a very secluded place north of National Highway 6. There are no decent buildings in the museum, but some aircraft and tanks used in the past war years are parked in the courtyard, mostly made by the Soviet Union, and some guns, mines and other weapons are placed in the shed on both sides. May world peace never be war^
The Museum of War, located in Geshigan Village, Soai Township, Siem Reap County, was established in 2001. With the assistance of the Ministry of Defense, many weapons left over during the war were collected from Battambang, Butterfly, Kwang Ching Yang and Siem Reap provinces and transported to the Museum of War for preservation. The number of visitors to the War Museum on weekdays ranges from 30 to 40, compared with more than 100 on festivals.
This scenic spot is the place recommended by TUTU drivers, but after we went there, we found that we were somewhat deceived. The ticket was five dollars, but there was no price on the ticket. Only when we went in, we found that it was a small man-made scenic spot. There were some worn-out aircraft, tanks, guns and so on. There was not much to see. We suggest ignoring this scenic spot.
The atmosphere here is good. I like the wonderful enjoyment here. Everyone is very happy.