The Apsara Dance is a Classical dance inspired by the apsara carvings and sculptures of Angkor and developed in the late 1940s by Queen Sisowath Kossamak. Her grand daughter and protégé, Princess Bopha Devi, was the first star of the Apsara Dance.
The central character of the dance, the apsara Mera, leads her coterie of apsaras through a flower garden where they partake of the beauty of the garden. The movements of the dance are distinctly Classical yet, as the dance was developed for theatrical presentation, it is shorter and a bit more relaxed and flowing than most Classical dances, making it both an excellent example of the movements, manner and spirit of Classical dance and at the same time particularly accessible to a modern audience unaccustomed to the style and stories of Khmer dance-drama.
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Smile of Angkor: Unique, big-stage show, unlike any other performance in Cambodia. A laser, dance and 3D spectacular, tracing the history of Angkor and the mystery of the smile of Angkor. Come 5:45 pm for dinner and see the show starting at 7:15PM.
Grand Theater (Angkor COEX), 60m Rd, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Cambodian Cultural Village
Cambodian Cultural Village (CCV): It officially opened in September 24, 2003 with the total area of 210 000 square meter. CCV assembles all the miniatures of the famous historical buildings and structures, local customs and practices of all races. There are 11 unique villages which represents different culture heritages and characteristics of the 19 multi-races. For more info: Please go to www.CambodianCulturalVillage.com
Angkor National Museum
Angkor National Museum (ANM): One of the most immense and prestigious collection of Buddha statues and relics ever assembled just in one gallery. http://www.angkornationalmuseum.com
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