The Cambodian Cultural Village was built in 2001. It was open for visitors on 24th September 2003. The park occupies approximately 210 000 m2. In the premises you will come across miniatures of famous historical buildings and monuments. There are 11 villages that represent various cultures. In the villages of the Cambodian Cultural Village you can observe traditional craft techniques demonstrated by carvers and stonecutters and also Cambodian dancers who show different traditional dancing styles. It is worth seeing the wax figure museum with models of queens, army generals, monks and many other personalities.
The Cambodian Cultural Village includes a souvenir shop that offers, for example, statuettes made of sandstone, marble or wood. In addition, you can buy clothes accessories made of silk and leather. The products were manufactured in the Cambodian Cultural Village. There is a restaurant that offers traditional Cambodian meals. Alternatively, you can taste Chinese, Thai or European meals, too.
Adults and children above 140 cm pay $11. The admission for children below 110 cm is for free. You can hire an electric vehicle to move around the park easier (fees: 7 persons $12 per hour, 10 persons $14 per hour, 13 persons $16 per hour) .