as difficult as it was to visit, it was a great learning experience. We paid a tuk-tuk $10 round trips to visit (they start at $15) and walked around for 1.5 hours. The entrance fee is $5/pp and includes an audio guide so you don't have to pay extra for a guide (the travel agents in town will tell you different). There is also a 15 minute movie about the regime and genocide that is worth watching, the movie times are posted on the entrance and museum door. The road to the fields is very dusty so bring something to cover up if you want. Be prepared to cry.
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