Well organized audio guided tour for this place. The audio guide could be long winded, I'm allowed to play/pause/rewind, but not allowed to fast forward. Some pictures can be too brutal for some people.
About Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
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Arrived here as a school group. When purchasing tickets we were told that students must have student I.D on them to get a child price, the woman at the ticket box even said "I know you are a school group and they are children but...More
The best way to understand the history of this place is to hire a guide within the museum. You can also hire audio guides. It is nothing short of horrifying & you can feel & smell death even to this day. No pictures or video...More
We visited here after Killing fields and I'm glad we did this after. The Killing fields were potent in its content (but you MUST have the earphone tour as it provides SOO much history & peoples stories) but that provides you with such an insight...More
I'm not sure what, exactly, I expected from this museum. It was a humbling experience for sure, but one of importance to truly understand Cambodian history. This is certainly a landmark you will want to experience for yourself. The audio tour or a private guide...More
The place is a must to understand the Khmer genocide. However, the auidoguide was very long and sometimes not that interesting.
Another must-see sight in Phnom Penh. The cells are terrifying. I'm not sure I believe in ghosts, but this place feels haunted. What also struck me was how meticulously the Khmer Rouge documented everything (reminded me of the Nazis) - with mug shots of everyone...More
The visit to Tuol Sleng has been informational yet emotionally moving. The audio tour is handled well and the environment of the area is quiet. The many benches help in finding a place to sit when listening. Would recommend as a must-visit place when coming...More