Our tour will bring you to the brutality of the Khmer Rogue. At the killing fields of Choneng Ek, you will walk above the 2.5 mllion people they killed and buried there. In that Tuol Sleng, once a prison, will show you how far Cambodia has come since the 70s.
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Our guide will pick you up from you Phnom Penh and drive you to the killing fields of Choeung Ek – 15 km south of Phnom Penh.
The infamous killing fields have a bloody history. Once an orchard and a Chinese cemetery, the Khmer Rogue, lead by Pol Pot, turned the place into what became known as the killing fields. Over four years they massacred and buried 2.5 million people.
After remembering the dead, we will return to Phnom Penh to visit Tuol Sleng Prison. Meaning hill of the poisonous trees, Pol Pot turned a once popular high school into a high security prison. 20,000 people were imprisoned there, many of whom were tortured for information. Today it serves as a museum and a reminder of darker days.
Return to your hotel or guesthouse in the early evening.
• Local English-speaking tour guide
• Entrance fees
• Drinking water
• Meals not mention in the program
• Other personal expense
Family who traveling with kids are not recommend to visit Toul Sleng Museum due to some picture may relate with the killed.