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Travel Guide Asia Cambodia Siem Reap Land Mine Museum

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Introduction

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Aki Ra, a former Child Soldier for the Khmer Rouge, founded the Cambodia Landmine Musem in 1997. He set up the musem in his home and began by displaying his own collection of decommissioned mines, bombs and other explosive remnants of war that he himself had cleared.

The museum also contains information on the destructive capabilities of the UXO and is part of the CLMMRF (Cambodian Land Mine Museum Refief Fund), which helps people affected by mines.

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Opening Hours

07:00am to 6:00pm.

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Cost

Suggested Donation of $1.00 per person. All contributions help support the museum and its relief initiatives.

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Getting There

The musem is situated 6 kilometres south of Banteay Srey Temple on the main road from Siem Reap. It's on the right-hand side of the road (if you're travelling north). The journey takes around 30-40 minutes by car or tuk-tuk from downtown Siem Reap.

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