Killing Fields +Toul Sleng ( S-21 )

Today you will  pick up from  airport  and transfer to your hotel that you have been reserved for check in. After that you will continue to visit  Choeung Ek of killing fields, where the place of khmer rouge executed of people Cambodia in 1975-1979 at least 17,000 men, women, children, an infants were killed. After sighseeing over there you will going on to see Toul Sleng Genocide Khmer Rouge Prison, where the place of Khmer Rouge tortured and detained of People Cambodia during Khmer Rouge regime.

. What can you expect to see ?
. Toul Sleng  Genocide Khmer Rouge Prison, Entrance fee is 8 USD each including Audio Tour
. Killing Fields Executed Centre, Entrance Fee is 6 USD each including Audio Tour
. We provide you Lexus SUV car with professional and Speaking English driver
. Touring price is 49 USD including , Gasoline, Parking Fee, Road Fee, pick up from Phnom Penh Airport.

. Highlight
Choeung Ek of  Killing Fields
Between 1975 and 1978, about 17,000 men, women, children and infants (including nine westerners) detained and tortured at S-21 prison (now is Tuol Sleng Museum) were transported to the extermination to death to avoid wasting precious bullets. The remains of 8985 people, many of whom were bound and blindfolded, were exhumed in 1980 from mass graves in this one-time long an orchard; 43 of the 129 communal graves here have been left untouched. Fragment of Human bone and bits of cloth are scattered around the disinterred pits. Over 8000 skulls, arranged by sex, are visible behind the clear glass panels of the Memoral Stupa, which was erected in 1988.The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek are 15 km from Central Phnom Penh. To get there, take Monireth Blvd south-westward out of the city from the Dang Kor Market bus depot. The site is 8.5 km from the bridge near 271 Street a memorial ceremony is held annually at Choeung Ek on 9 May.
Killing Fields of Cheung Ek is situated 15 kilometers south-west of Phnom Penh and made famous by the film of the same name “Killing Field”. it was a place where more than 17,000 civilians were killed and buried in mass graves; many of them transported here after detention and torture in Toul Sleng. This place is a chilling reminder of the brutalities of the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime. In the center of the area is a 17 story glass stupa which houses 8000 skulls exhumed from mass graves. Open daily.Note: Both Tuol Sleng Museum and the Killing Fields exhibits may be disturbing for some and aren’t suitable for younger children and adults who are easily shocked.
The Cheung Ek genocide museum is located in Cheung Ek commune, Dankoar district, about 15 km from the centre of Phnom Penh. This is the location where the Khmer Rouge took their prisoners for execution. The prisoners were made to wait here for 24 hours before they were killed by a blow to the head after which their throats were slit. Babies were killed by bashing their heads against a tree. There were separate graves for men, for women and for children. Former friends of Pol Pot who were executed here had separate graves too.Visitors can walk along 86 mass graves from which the remainders of 8,985 men, women and children were unearthed after the liberation of the Khmers Rouges. Some of those skulls, bones and pieces of clothing are now kept in the nearby massive stupa.
There were killing fields all over the country, but Cheung Ek was believed to be the largest every year on the 20th of May a ceremony is held around the stupa to bring peace to the spirits of the deceased.Sightseeing in Phnom Penh gives the tourists ample opportunity to visit the numerous places in and around the city. Cheung Ek Killing Field in Phnom Penh is a very important place in the city as it has a long history attached to it. The place is really fascinating for all those coming to visit the city. The place has a long history behind it and reminds one of the horrifying times that the people of Cambodia have gone through during the reign of Khmer and after.
The Cheung Ek Killing Field at Phnom Penh is one of the most prolific and historic place in Phnom Penh and stands a cruel reminder of the atrocities inflicted upon the masses of Cambodia. The place has become very popular now as it is the center of all killings which took place in the city and later got christened as the famous Killing Field. The place is really popular as tourists from all over the world come here. The place has really direct links with the horrific past of Cambodia and Phnom Penh.
There are many things to see while visiting the Cheung Ek Killing Field in Phnom Penh. The place has been most aptly been named as the Killing Field in Phnom Penh. The place is actually a mass grave where almost 17,000 innocents were slaughtered mercilessly for no fault of theirs. The place is really frightening and sends a shiver down the spine as one recalls how the place had been transformed into a grave. There is actually a stupa which stands in the middle of the area and it is this stupa which has become the place for housing the 8,000 skulls taken out from the mass graves. Cheung Ek Killing Field of Phnom Penh is open daily. All are welcome though it is advised by the authorities that children should be advised and properly guided before they come here. Cheung Ek Killing Field in Phnom Penh is located at a distance of 15 kilometers away from the south -western frontiers of Phnom Penh.
Toul Sleng Genocide Museum

In 1975 , Toul Svay Prei High school was taken over by Pol Pot’s security force and turned into a prison known as security priso s-21. It soon became the largest such centre of detention and torture in the country. Over 17,000 people held at s-21 were taken to the extermination camp at Choeung Ek to be executed, detainees who died during torture were buried in mass graves in the prison ground. S-21 has been turned into the Toul Sleng museum , which serves as a testament to the crimes of the khmer rouge.
– Note: This price is not include any tickets for visiting

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