Cambodian Cultural Villages has two museums that exhibit the well-know persons of Cambodia since the century until the present such as queen, king, general army, ambassador, monk, ethnic minority, movie star, Apsara dance and the way of how Angkor Wat temple was built by ancient Khmer, Khmer lifestyle during the Angkorian period and the breath-taking human figures with various paints. There are more than thirty wax statues that show about the development of Cambodian Cultural from the first century up to 20th century.
First queen leaded in the period of Nokor Funan in the 1 st century.
King Jayavaraman VII and His Princess Indradevy
He restored Angkor Wat temple, and built Bayon Temple and many more.
General Army in 16th Century, and fighting against Siam Army.
Zhou Da Guan
Chinese Ambassador in 13th Century. He wrote a lot of documents about Khmer tradition and history ( Chenla Period ).
King Ang Doung
He was throne from 1845 to 1860. He was good at writing Khmer poems and novels.
King Norodom Suramarith and Queen Sisowat
King Norodom Suramarith and Queen Sisowat KossamakThe parents of King Norodom Sihanouk (King of Cambodia in present time). King Norodom Suramarith was throne from 1955 to 1960.
Samdach Penn Nouth
(1906-1985), who was the advisor to king Norodom Sihanouk.
(1883-1969), who was Khmer patriarch in Cambodia. He was well know at Khmer history, tradition,
literature and religion.
He was famous in classical singer during 1865 to 1936 (71 years).
Tribal group lives in Mondulkiri Province (Northeast of Cambodia). They do farming and hunting for their living life.
Minority group lives in Ratanakiri province and does farming and hunting.
Sin Sisamuth and Ros Serysothea
The most popular singers in 1960 and died in Khmer Rouge period.
Happiness family shows the prosperous Khmer family.
Movie star 1960s
Movie star 1960s, such as Mr. Kong Somounh and Mrs. Dy Saveth.
Uniform of Military
Uniform of Military Commander at present time.
Khmer Style to say goodbye and thanks to all of guests when go.
SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA