The Cambodian-style building was built in 1917 and inaugurated in 1920. It is located to the north of the Royal Palace. The National Museum can enable you to be more aware of Khmer cultural and historical value and literature through frescoes depicted on the theme of the Ramayana story.
Khmer art has been shown since ancient times. a rich collection of original Khmer art features sculptures and statues made of jade, marble, silver, bronze, brass, copper, clay, wood, bamboo, metal, steel, etc. the ancient building contains articles, ceramic ware, earthenware, flatware, pottery, woodwork, silverware, etc. It is open from 8AM to 5 PM everyday.