Hired a tuk-tuk from town with a group of people for $4 each for whole afternoon and this was our first stop. Price on actual tickets says $3, but sign on the window says $5--but it includes audio tour headset. Audio tour was actually really good, giving lots of information about both the history of the killing fields, Pol Pot, and included individual stories. The place has a horrific history, but nothing is gory and it was actually quiet peaceful. They ask that you dress modestly and don't smoke in the park--which apparently was too much to ask for some people. Just a heads up as it's just a nice gesture to show respect for their culture and wishes.
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