A must visit to learn what these people went through. How man kind can be so terribly bad. Teeth and bones still visible and coming up in the soil when it rains. Lots of mass graves... some excavated. Sombre place
About Choeung Ek Genocidal Center
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The place is so unbelievably calm and serene that it is easy to think that all the atrocities that happened here never really took place. A visit to this site won't be complete without the audio guide. It's worth it!
Sad monument to the atrocities that happened here. It is hard not to come away slightly changed. The stories are horrific mainly because they are all true.
Wont make you happy but a real insight into Cambodia and it s people , the audio tour is really good ,the revelations upsetting
Beautiful place, really recommend visiting and understanding the history of Cambodia. Would recommend seeing the other museum first!
Except for Auschwitz, I think this is the only other museum/historic sight, or whatever description you can apply to such places, that I have seen visitors visibly in tears. It is not a place to enjoy, but it somewhere that I think is important to...More
Place to get reminded of how bad we humans can be. Killing every one for a particular group belief. Well maintained place, the audio explanation help to understand what happened during the period. Lesson learnt is 'spread love not hatred'. RIP Entry fees- 6$/person Rental...More
You may recently heard about the movie First They Killed My Father. This is the real place to learn the experience of Killing Field. It was a sorrow history of Cambodian people. The audio guide could tell you all about it. It is located quite...More
A must visit place to see the atrocities that the Cambodians went through during the Khmer Rouge rule. Its nice to see them bounce back and lead better lives.