The Siem Reap Library

The Siem Reap Library

Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient

Boeung Daun Pa, Slorkram
PO Box : 93300
Siem Reap, CAMBODIA
Tel. : + 855 77 722 245
Fax : + 855 63 964 226

Librarian: Mr. MA Vonita

Set up in 1992 as an internal resource when EFEO reopened its centre in Angkor, the Siem Reap Centre's library has grown significantly since 2002 and now includes 3.000 volumes in French, Khmer and English, a complete collection of maps of the country, and a number of computerised resources regularly updated by teams at the EFEO's Paris Centre. Most of the collections consist of material from the Angkor and Angkor Conservation Office archives from 1908 to 1975 (available on microfiche or CD-ROM on one of the library's public access computers), while other collections serve as documentary resources for the Centre's research teams: ancient Cambodian history, archaeology and architecture; epigraphy; social sciences.

Conditions of use and opening times

From Monday to Friday, 8.00 to 12 am and from 2 to 5.30 pm

  • Closed on public holidays.
  • Users must be registered with the library.
  • Only members of the Centre's research staff can take books and documents out of the library
  • A photocopy service is available to readers for a small fee
The Siem Reap centre
Head: Eric Bourdonneau

EFEO Angkor

Eric Bourdonneau
Associate Professor at the French School of Asian Studies

Phum Boeng Daun Pa, Slorkram, Siem Reap
PO BOX 93300, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Tél & fax: (855) 63 964 226
Mobile : (+855) 17 934 300

eric.bourdonneau@efeo.net

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