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Khmer Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Dedicated to the history and culture of Vietnam’s Khmer minority, this small museum doubles as a sort of cultural centre. Traditional dance and music shows are periodically staged here for larger groups. Displays are limited to photos and a few traditional costumes and other artefacts.
The museum, opposite Kh’leang Pagoda, may appear closed; if so, rouse someone to let you in.