Archaeological Websites

National Museum of Cambodia

Apsara Authority, Cambodia


Angkor National Museum

Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO)

The Museum of Buddhist Art

Cambodian Living Arts

Reyum Institution of Arts and Cultures

Khmer Archaeological Society

Khmer Renaissance

Centre Culturel Frainçais

Centre Bophana

The Cambodia.Net

The Meta House

The Sa Sa Arts Gallery

The artXprojects

Luce Foundation-Asian Arts Exhibition

National Gallery of Arts, Washington

Khmer Art Gallery

Guide visit temple d’Angkor

Asian  Arts Newspaper

The New York Time

Archaeology in Europe

Museums in Paris

National University of Singapore

University of Washington

University of Minnesota

The Japan Times

The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog (SEAArch)

Universes in Universe

Heritage Watch International

World Exhibition



Art Exhibit of Cambodian Bronzes on-going at DC Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery and J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles in February 2011.

Musée Guimet

Presentation by Dr. Franklin Huffman

Virtual Sambor Prei Kuk, Cambodia
The National Geographic Magazine in France

APSARA Authority collaborates with the following partners:

Partner: CSA – Chinese Gouvernement Team for Safeguarding Angkor
Project : Chau Say Thevoda

Partner : Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient (EFEO)
Project : Baphoun
Contact :

Partner : German Apsara Conservation Project (GACP)
Project : Angkor Wat
Contact :

Partner : India – Cambodia Cooperation
Project : Taprohm
Contact :

Partner : Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor / JAPAN-APSARA Safeguarding Angkor (JASA)
Project : Suor Prat, Bayon, Northerm library of Angkor Wat
Contact :

Partner : Sophia Asia Center for Research and Human Development Projects
Project : Causeway Angkor Wat
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Partner : Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Project : Banteay Srei Conservation Project (BSCP)
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Partner : World Monuments Fund
Project : Preah Khan, Ta Som
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Partner: The University of Sydney
Project: The Greater Angkor Project (GAP)

Partner: The University of Sydney
Project: The Living with Heritage Project (LWH)

The list of partners is in the process of being compiled.

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