Provincial Museum - Kampot Cambodia

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The Provincial Museum in Kampot, Cambodia is a small but fascinating museum that showcases the history and culture of the region. The museum was established in 1967 and has since been dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of Kampot province.
Some of the highlights of the museum include exhibits on the pre-Angkorian period, the Angkorian era and the French colonial period. Visitors can also see displays on traditional Khmer crafts such as pottery making, weaving and silverwork. Additionally, there are sections dedicated to the region's flora and fauna, including information on endangered species found in Kampot province.
The museum is located near the old bridge in Kampot town and is open daily from 8am until noon and from 1pm until 5pm. Admission costs just $2 for foreigners and $1 for Cambodians, making it an affordable way to learn more about this fascinating region of Cambodia.

Provincial Museum