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Some people have been finding it difficult to find us but actually it’s very simple. First make sure your Tuk Tuk driver knows the right to head towards MUSEUM,”CAMBODIA WAR REMNANT MUSUEM” on the way to Angkor Wat. Just take...
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It’s here at last . We received approval for the construction of a new road. Not only will the road serve as a purpose for visitors to the museum, but an important infrastructure for the local community. Expectant mothers travelling...
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Happy Birthday to 600 seedlings planted today for our community vegetable farming program at the museum. We planted Aubergine, Peas, Corn and Longbeans to help support the local community Thank you Moh, and merry planters from the local and expat...
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We’re proud to be able to assist Rice for Life by organising and helping to distribute 150 bags of rice to communities in need  ...
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We have 1000 trees available to plant at our Museum. Less DUST, Less HEAT, More RAIN…Get involved and be a part of reforestation. Admission to the museum is FREE for the month of September, and tree planting is free at...
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We’re grateful for the recent visit from Australia Pacific International students! It was a great day for the War Remnant Museum and we hope you all learned a lot during your day with us!...
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Experts are warning that Cambodia is suffering from a wide spread epidemic of SMILING. It is suspected that the vast majority of 16 million Khmer people have the condition. The origin of the pandemic is unclear and especially unexpected considering...
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After visiting the CAMBODIA WAR REMNANTS MUSEUM the next best thing to do in Siem Reap is to check out the temples of ANGKOR WAT. Of particular significance to the museum is the FACE TEMPLE otherwise known as BAYON. The...
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  • Taking a rat to the landmine field
African giant pouched rats MDRs (Mine Detection Rats) are trained to sniff out explosive chemicals like TNT in landmines and ignore the scrap metal that metal detectors pick up. This makes them extremely fast  and cost effective landmine detectors. One...
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  • Families Living in Angkor Wat
This photo montage juxtaposes tourist in Angkor Wat today, with Cambodian families who lived there around 1985. Photos such as the original are rare, and we were lucky to discover it when visiting families nearby. The photos were taken near...
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