Highlights of Culture and Genocide History Excursiones en Phnom Penh - Central
Highlights of Culture and Genocide History: Once coming Phnom Penh, all travelers don’t miss a chance to discover some famous tourist attractions that this city offers including: Toul Sleng Museum, Killing Field, Royal Palace, Royal Palace, Wat Phnom as well as Russian or Central Market. If you are also interested in this discovery, let’s join in an amazing full day tour exploring Phnom Penh to have unforgettable memories as well as know more about the daily life of locals.
You will be picked up at your hotel by an English speaking tourist guide to enjoy an amazing full day tour discovering Phnom Penh. Your first stop is at the Killing Fields, which are one of a large amount of places used as a burial ground of a million people were killed by the scary Communist Khmer Rouge regime.
After that, you will visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. Built on the base of a high school and was used as the infamous S-21 by the Khmer Rouge regime from its powerful reign in 1975 to its collapse in 1979, Tuol Sleng was the sole museum among more than 150 execution centers in Cambodia. Coming here, you will be told the thrilling story about the death of over 20,000.
Then, you will make a stop at the Royal Palace which is a complex of buildings serving as the royal residence of the king of Cambodia and Silver Pagoda, which is situated to the south of the Royal Palace and is famous for the small green crystal Buddha it holds. The next stop of the day, you will go to the Wat Phnom, which is the highest religious structure in this city.
You will continue to visit the Russian market or Central Market, one of the most popular markets in Phnom Penh to buy something as souvenirs and know more about the daily life of locals here. You will also make a stop at the Wat Phnom, which is the highest religious structure in this city.
After that, you will visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. Built on the base of a high school and was used as the infamous S-21 by the Khmer Rouge regime from its powerful reign in 1975 to its collapse in 1979, Tuol Sleng was the sole museum among more than 150 execution centers in Cambodia. Coming here, you will be told the thrilling story about the death of over 20,000
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotels In Phnom Penh.
Start/opening time: 8am.
-End/closing time: 5pm.
Languages: English.

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