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Killing Fields and S21 Tour

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
About Killing Fields and S21 Tour
Welcome to the Mad Monkey Hostels Tours. During the day visit the Mad Monkey and jump on one of our Tuk Tuk tours out to the killing fields and S21, pay a fair price for your tour to the Tuk Tuk driver for a half day tour of both facilities. Then join us for dinner and then at night time do something positive. Then in the evening do something positive by attending our crawl for School event. The Crawl for School is a weekly pub crawl designed for young tourists and backpackers. Wrist bands cost $5 and provide you half priced drinks all night, 100% of your $5 wristband is used to fund education projects for poor kids in Cambodia. The event starts at the Mad Monkey rooftop bar in Phnom Penh every Thursday night, then hits Top Banana and Love Bar. It is great night out and a great way to donate to kids education in Cambodia. Tuk Tuk tour of the killing fields $12 - $15 (Depending on number of people) Eat at The Mad Monkey restaurant wide menu with prices starting between $4 and $10 per plate. Cocktails at our rooftop bar! Join the party and buy a wrist band from $5 per person.
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Discover the history and horror of Phnom Penh’s past on this half-day, small-group tour. Follow the path of one of the most tragic times of the 20th century – the rise and fall of the Khmer Rouge – and see how the country has been rebuilt.
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TheHumbleTravellers wrote a review May 2020
Greater Noida, India537 contributions35 helpful votes
Toul Sleng Genocide Museum is only trailor and this place was one of the many fields where the climax used to written for helpless prisoners of Khmer Regime, rightly called "Killing Fields" S21 was one of the major killing fields identified till now where more than 10,000 skulls and body have been found till date. A monument has been constructed where in full building only various body parts has been accumulated If your a faint heart then this place is not for you but this is very important place to know the level of Human Evil and not to remind to everyone that the evil inside every one of us should stay within. We need to respect other and care for other humans. It also shows the forgiving, patient and resilient nature of Cambodians who have suffered so much but still our happy and have let the past go
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Date of experience: December 2019
Markham Adams wrote a review Apr 2020
Phnom Penh, Cambodia10 contributions
A day visit to the Memorial of the millions of lives lost for a dark ideology( & to think he was supported by the USA @ the UN) reminds one of the possible duality of mankind. 5that we have it with-in us to be Heroic or Evil. We took the journey there from the Hotel with a Tuk-tuk, and it was a fascinating ride there and back, as we were taken through some of the local, not so affluent suburbs and observed everyday life for most of the locals, not to mention the navigation through the traffic.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Gramps2 wrote a review Apr 2020
Boston, MA70 contributions15 helpful votes
We visited both the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21 Prison) and the Choeng Ek Killing Fields. Although they are not close together, to understand this sad part of Cambodian history, both sites should be visited. It should be seen with a tour guide, or by using the available audio guides in order to get a good overview of this tragic time period. This visit was a very somber experience, but it is important for those unfamiliar with Cambodian history to understand what happened here in the late 1970's.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Gordon S wrote a review Mar 2020
Guelph, Canada545 contributions122 helpful votes
Visited the Killing Fields after visiting S21 Detention Center. The visiit was moving especially seeing where the bodies were buried and viewing the skulls taken from the graves. It reminded one how dictators operate.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Sharon G wrote a review Mar 2020
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I attended the killing fields and S21 tour and the our guide was Neang. He was very informative and had lots of knowledge which he was keen to pass onto everyone. The tour took around 4 hrs. It’s well worth having a guide as you are then able to ask questions. Very sad to hear about what happened in Cambodia and not so long ago
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Date of experience: March 2020