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Phnom Penh Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Choeung Ek Half Day Tour

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Reviewed by: CityDiscovery, 2013/05/30

Our guide was great - very knowledgable and he spoke good English. The only disappointing thing about our tour was when we had to wait for about 20 minutes at the Tuol Sleng prison when 2 people who had signed up for the tour didn't confirm their booking but called up the head office after the tour had started and asked to join the tour. This meant we then had less time at the Killing fields, due to their delays. In my opinion, they should not have been allowed to join the tour when they were at least 45 minutes late after the tour had started. This wasn't our guide's fault though as he was very apologetic and embarrassed.

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Reviewed by: CityDiscovery, 2013/05/30

Very sobering tour. The reign of the Khmer Rouge was indeed a terrible time for all Cambodians.

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Reviewed by: Alex, 2012/10/31

The tour guide Rad was very informative and knowledgable.

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Reviewed by: Anonymous, 2012/01/31

I was the only one on this group tour, but it ran anyway. The subject of the tour is, of course, very depressing. First to the prison where people were held and tortured under Pol Pot and then to the Killing Fields where after the prisoners were tortured they were killed. But understanding of what happened in Cambodia under Pol Pot is important to have.

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Reviewed by: Gillian, 2010/11/30

An excellent tour guide who not only provided an excellent history of life during Pol Pot & the Khymer Rouge, including introducing me to a surviver of the torture prison, but also gave me an insight into life in Cambodia today. I would thoroughly recommend the tour to all who visit Phnom Penh.

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