Spent a moving two hours at this venue and received a good understanding of some of the atrocities the Cambodian people endured during the PolPot regime Whilst confronting, it is essential context to understand the people
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I was unsure about visiting here as I thought that I would be very overwhelmed. Surprisingly I was ok. There were times when I left the rooms as some of the pictures were quiet graphic but everything is pretty open and airy which I think...More
I'd recommend getting the audio guide (instead of getting a tour guide) and taking your time to explore the exhibits and to reflect. I am not Cambodian but I found the experience incredibly personal and I left with a desire to learn more. It is...More
A visit to this museum is a must for anyone visiting Phnom Penh. It brings to life the brutal reality of war and the devasting way humans are treated in the name of political ideology. Take tissues.
To understand Cambodians it's vital to understand the history and the devastation the country has gone through. Tuol Sleng is confronting, especially as it's a place where people who have been affected by land mines and the atrocities of war, go to beg. Cambodia has...More