Cambodian Cultural Village (CCV) is a theme park and museum in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It is located on the road to the airport, 6km from the town. The theme park was constructed in 2001 and opened to the public on 24 September 2003. It covers a total area of 210,000 square meters. CCV presents miniature versions of important historical buildings and structures, together with local customs. There are eleven unique villages, representing the varied culture heritage of nineteen races.
At each village are wood houses, carvings, soft skill in stone, traditional performances in the different style such as: Apsara Dancing, performances of ethnic minorities from Northeast of Cambodia, traditional wedding ceremony, Circus, Popular games, Peacock dancing, Acrobat, elephants shows, boxing, and more. Cambodian Cultural Village is considered by some as "kitsch", but is popular with Cambodians and other Asian visitors. It includes a wax museum displaying scenes from the culture and history of Cambodia.