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Phnom Penh Killing Fields and Prison S21 Joint Tour

1. Phnom Penh Killing Fields and Prison S21 Joint Tour

Choose between a morning or afternoon 4.5-hour of the Killing Fields and the Security Prison S21. Start with a ride to the Genocide Museum (also known as Prison S21). The prison comprises 4 buildings with exhibitions in several rooms. Prison survivors are sometimes present to talk to visitors and share their experiences. After an hour and 15 minutes at the museum, meet the tour assistant at the main entrance to continue the tour. During a 30-40-minute drive to the Killing Fields, watch a documentary on the Khmer Rouge regime. There will be around 1 hour and 15 minutes to explore the site. Audio guide is available in 15 languages along with a map of the fields.

Phnom Penh: Sunset Cruise with Unlimited Beer and Drinks

2. Phnom Penh: Sunset Cruise with Unlimited Beer and Drinks

This tour is one hour and thirty minutes and will give you a great opportunity to explore the Mekong, Tonle Sap and Four Faces River, Diamond Island, Fishing Village, Stilted Houses, lifestyle of the people who live along the riverbank and the city sunset. Our Tuk Tuk driver will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to the boat. On the board the boat, you will be served by our tour guide with unlimited beer and soft drinks before he start to give a commentary of what we have seen along the riverbank such as: - Japanese and Chinese friendship bridges - Wat Ounalom - Royal Palace - Chaktumuk Conference Hall - Cambodiana Hotel - Conjunction of four rivers (Upper Mekong, Lower Mekong, Bassac and Tonle Sap rivers) - Stilted houses - The fisherman who are working and living on their boats After the commentary by our English speaking tour guide, we will serve you a fresh fruit platter, more drinks and seeing the sunset.

Phnom Penh: S-21 Prison and Killing Fields Half-Day Tour

3. Phnom Penh: S-21 Prison and Killing Fields Half-Day Tour

At 8:00 AM, depart from your hotel and drive to the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, located about 16 kms south of Phnom Penh. Here,you will experience a very moving and confronting experience. The Killing Fields were the final resting place for over 17,000 men, women, children and infants between 1975 and 1978. It is estimated the Khmer Rouge Regime took the lives of between 2 and 4 million Cambodians during their destructive and devastating time in control between 1975 and 1979. Your guide will provide you with a detailed tour of the fields. Continue to Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975, Tuol Svay Prey High School was taken over by Pol Pot’s security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21). It rapidly became the largest center of detention and torture in the country. Prisoners were repeatedly tortured and coerced into naming family members and close associates, who were in turn arrested, brought to S21, tortured and eventually killed. Spend time discovering the harrowing truths of the prison. At 12:00 PM, your tour comes to an end and your guide will transfer you back to your hotel.

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4.2 / 5

based on 211 reviews

an extraordinary tour I can highly recommend. I was alone with my tour guide Channak and we had fantastic talks and discussions. He gave me so many background informations. Before this tour I KNEW a lot about Cambodia and its cruel history. After this tour, I UNDERSTAND Cambodia‘s history. Channak helped me to combine my knowledge dots and connect them in order to see the whole picture. And thank you very much, Channak, to share your very personnel history with me. It was a great pleasure and honor for me.

Sok Channak was the perfect Guide! We really enjoyed our tour with him. He experienced the dark times of Cambodia at first hand and could tell us all about it. It was a real life history lesson and I learned so much. He also answered all our questions and showed us a really nice restaurant in the end. Our driver was also really nice and provided us always with towels and water. I would definitely recommend to do this tour. Thank you

This trip was very educational, our first time to Cambodia, we did not know anything about it or the history. You can either have a your guide or you can listen to the story's via headphones. When you walk around it's very quiet, and people are respectful. My partner and I were upset after the tour, it is to be expected its such a sad story, especially if at the end you get to dpeak to people who managed to escape.

We had around 1 hour and a quarter at each location, which was perfect. We were picked up and dropped off at our hotel which was great. Overall it was great value for money.

It was a good tour. Nice driver, knowledgeable guide. Very sad and somber places. My only concern is that the price initially listed was $20 less than what I got billed.