World Monuments Fund Presents

Over Three Decades of Conservation at Angkor

World Monuments Fund (WMF) has been working at Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem Reap, Cambodia, since 1989. Now employing more than 100 full-time conservation technicians and specialists, WMF strives to ensure that this historical treasure can continue to exist long into the future. In January 2024, WMF celebrated 35 years of presence at the site and formally transferred management of future preservation works at three sites to the Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor (APSARA), our local partner, while announcing a new phase of work at a fourth.

Discover Angkor's rich history and the four sites within it that WMF has helped restore over the past 35 years: Preah Khan, Ta Som, Phnom Bakheng, and Angkor Wat's Churning of the Ocean of Milk Gallery.