A well thought out, well put together tribute to the thousands that died.
I visited the Killing Fields straight after the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum as I wanted to see both sides. It was an intense day, but I'm glad I did it.
When you arrive you are provided with an audio guide in various languages. This talks you through the site, but also has additional recordings with further details and witness statements. I listened to the whole thing and would definitely recommend it.
The site is very well maintained and the bodies are respectfully cared for. Despite reading about the place in detail before going, it was still a shock to see pieces of bone and clothing sticking up through the dirt. In time these will be collected up and added to the collections.
The place is good but the story it tells is atrocious. It will shock and disgust you, but it is right to be shocked and disgusted.
I can't recommend this place highly enough. A trip to Phnom Penh without visiting and acknowledging the countries past would be wrong.
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