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Worth the "donation" a couple of bucks. Very sobering show of ordnance, mines, bombs from Cambodias recent past. Not judgmental. The guy who started it to fund victims laid many mines then defused 100,000s of thousands in peace.
The guide was great. Gave a real life insight into the tragedies in Cambodia. This tour takes about 20 mins and requires a tip. We didn't realise it took so long to get to the museum. The secenery was amazing , but a car would be better than a tuk tuk.
We stumbled upon a pleasant surprise. This unassuming museum succeeds in raising one's awareness of this world wide problem with both mines and unexploded ordinance. We visited during the month of March and the facility was not crowded. Strongly recommend while in Siem Reap.
A very moving visit. Just a small museum, but helps you to understand what Cambodia has been through in relatively recent history. And hopefully will inspire people to do all they can to rid the world of landmines, whether by donation or by campaigning to stop their use in the future.
What an amazing life work and story. Hard to wrap my mind around the number of land mines this man planted, disabled, and still remain....When you see this exhibit, and amputees or blinded in so many locales, it becomes believable. Don't be afraid to go - it's simple but very informative and most inspiring.
Amazing place. An interesting but terrible account of one man's fight against the problem of unexplored ordnance in Cambodia. Allow at least an hour if you can to fully appreciate and do the self guided listening tour.