A very confronting experience learning exactly what went on, which was handled well by our guide Reya who was helpful and friendly. Would recommend for those who want to know more.
The day starts by learning about the tragic and fascinating recent history of Cambodia. See the location where journalists camped out in 1975 on the eve of the Khmer Rouge takeover, and the ghostly building that has been left burnt-out and bullet-holed as it stood after the war.
Confront Cambodia's tragic past, on a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a former school which served as a Khmer Rouge torture centre. Then head out of the city to the Choueng Ek Memorial, where a pagoda made up of some 8,000 human skulls marks the site of one of the infamous Killing Fields.
Finish by sampling some interesting Khmer snacks and exploring how this recent history and politics continue to affect the lives of average Cambodian.
Super Tour . Neang was a fantastic guide . Good storytelling and Lots of time. We enjoy his company for more than 5 hours and We have great time with him If you book this Tour ask for Neang you Will not be disapointed. Lars...More
Neang brought the history and emotion around the Killing Fields and S21 to life. He not only was able to give the historical details, but also a very human and real side to the story. I thought I had a reasonable understanding of the atrocities...More
Chesda was an amazing guide for such a sobering tour. She knew so much information and was able to articulate so much about Cambodia and its recent past. I really feel as though I gained a better understanding of Cambodia through this tour. Thanks so...More