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Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

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This former torture and detention center is now a museum dedicated to the victims of the Khmer Rouge.
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113 Street | Corner of Street 113 & St 350, Phnom Penh 12304, Cambodia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My title may be misleading but after visiting here, i appreciate my life and country more. Here u will learn the whole history of cambodia. I would like to suggest for u to visit hete first before u go to the killing fields. U will...More

Thank ZulaikhaJu
Reviewed yesterday

It is an incredible place to think about how the human people could be so stupid. The audio guide is really necessary to understand completely what happened there. It is hard to think that all of this have happened 40 years ago...and still nowadays there...More

1  Thank David1972-28
Reviewed yesterday

It is what it is. If you have any thoughts at all about coming here, then you should have an idea of what happened at this place. You must have some kind of inkling or preconceived notions or something, perhaps even a smattering of history....More

12  Thank Kumi M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I feel incredibly naive that I was not aware of the genocide earlier but this museum was extremely informative and necessary for all visitors to know the tragedy that occurred in Phnom Penh. I would definitely recommend the audio guide as there are next to...More

Thank Catherine M
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is the museum that showcase all the horrible stories under a former regime and how people got imprisoned in "small prisons" and even peek inside there as the feet got locked. There are stories on how the dis-loyalists' painful went through being questioned and...More

2  Thank SimonCN2011
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A difficult and emotional visit but very important to acknowledge and remember. I would highly recommend visiting but be prepared that some parts are quite graphic (there is still blood on some of the walls/ floors). Definitely get the audio guide ($8 for admission and...More

1  Thank Michelle C
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Museum opens your eyes to a small picture of the horrors camobodia faced not so many years ago. I have seen that the Museum is working to update its self, and it is very easy to access for many different languages. Highly recommend either...More

Thank ErinF1782
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is obviously not a place to visit for fun. But it is a place that everyone who visits Cambodia should visit. Indeed a rememberance of the cruelty of mankind. My wife found it a bit too much to take in, the images and cruelty....More

1  Thank Dario S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Highly recommend reading up a little about the Khmer Rouge regime before you visit, so as to properly appreciate what you'll learn in your visit. The audio tour is worth the price. We paid $8 per person ($5 without the audio tour) and took about...More

2  Thank Nickelette
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I paid for an English speaking guide only to find out at the end of the tour that my guide was also a survivor of the Khmer Rouge. When the Vietnamese Army liberated Phnom Penh there were only 7 prisoners still alive. I was privileged...More

1  Thank Pioneer741624
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Chethan_12345
27 April 2018|
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Response from jimbobjimma | Reviewed this property |
Hi there. Download “pass App” it will call you quick and very cheap tuk-tuk. The audio guide at killing fields is included in the $5 entry and no guide is needed. The S21 prison is quite upsetting enough without either a... More
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dumbblonde83
27 November 2017|
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Response from Sredna1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I think you can get a guide but the audio guide is very good and offers flexibility when to listen and to what part.
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jbeatrice j
12 August 2017|
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Response from WFBTraveler3 | Reviewed this property |
We didn't get to specify a guide. It was whomever was available. If several people came into the museum at the same time they were taken together as a group. My wife and I were the only visitors with our guide. There is... More
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