For a country with a tumultuous past and the terrible sacrifices of its people who still manage a very friendly attitude, the war museum in Siem Reap is an insult to the memory of those who died. The word basic is too strong to describe the place. Rust is eating away at the exhibits, 95% of which are exposed to the elements. The information signs are handwritten and offer little detail apart from the date and location and year of manufacturing of the military equipment part of which was removed or "permanently" borrowed.
I am glad I visited the museum and I was moved by the section dedicated to land mines and their silent victims but with just a little work, that place can offer so much more.
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