• Local: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Duração: 4 horas 30 minutos (aproximadamente)
A partir de USD 55,00

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Avaliado por: Ashleigh A , Junho 2016

Our tour guide Da was wonderful and a wealth of information. The tour was so affecting and I often found it hard to keep back the tears. My Husband and I went on two different days and though I had three lovely people on my tour, he was the sole person on the tour. So, we really appreciated the tour

Avaliado por: Ryan G , Maio 2016

This tour was amazing!

Avaliado por: Susannah d , Setembro 2015

Extremely interesting. Great tour guide. Make sure you bring comfy trainers and lots of water. We went in rainy season which meant there are bones and clothing coming up at the killing fields, extremely harrowing. Not for the faint hearted but an important part of Cambodian history

Avaliado por: Nancy B , Julho 2015

Excellent a must for any trip to Phonm Penh
Guide was very good

Avaliado por: Reigan S , Junho 2015

This tour was perfect. Although a very sad day, our guide made sure to cover all points and details so we were left without any questions. He was so passionate about Cambodia's history and made a huge effort to keep the tour going even throughout our ride back to the hotel. Definitely recommend!

Avaliado por: Jenneraub , Junho 2015

The tour was super informative and insightful. Our guide really provided excellent historical information and context for everything we saw and it's pretty harrowing stuff, which really made the whole experience a lot more impactful and meaningful than just showing up and trying to supplement what you're looking at by reading a guidebook. Travelling from the sites by air-conditioned minivan was nice, too, and I appreciated they provided hotel pick-up/drop-off, which made the tour a breeze.

Avaliado por: Andrew T , Junho 2015

This tour was really well done by the guide. It's important to have a good guide for trips like this due ton the nature of what happened and this guide was exactly that. He knew everything and told the stories well.

Avaliado por: Rebekah Karin E , Junho 2015

Very heartfelt tour of what was truly a cruel and unnecessary time for the Khmer people. Such an informative tour and great tour guide. Highly recommended for those wishing to learn about the history of the Khmer Rouge and to pay respect to the fallen and surviving victims.

Avaliado por: Mariah R O , Maio 2015

I can to Cambodia with a very limited understanding of the history of its capital- my tour guide (Kat Thida) was extremely knowledgable on her subject matter and supported me through what is a confronting experience. I could not recommend it more highly !

Avaliado por: Kyna B , Março 2015

Daro was excellent. Was helpful and knowledgable. Museum was grim and the Killing Fields grimmer. Bones under your feet as them had come up during rainy season. Must see for anyone coming to Cambodia first time.

Avaliado por: Patrick , USA, Fevereiro 2015

This tour was amazing!

Avaliado por: Carl M , Fevereiro 2015

A really good tour with an excellent tour guide who was very knowledgeable and spoke good English

Avaliado por: anja c , Dezembro 2014

Tour guide was fantadtic. Very emotional to visit this place. Everything was explained in a detailed but sensative way. Thoroughly enjoyed this tour. Highly recommend it to everyone

Avaliado por: Jone Sigvart Ei M , Maio 2014

Very interesting tour with much more insight info then I thought I knew about the Pol Pot regime. Seing the museum and meeting those that survived the prison was overwhelming.

Avaliado por: wayne w , Fevereiro 2014

We went on this tour which was just over four hours and had a terrific guide who spoke English very well and was extremely knowledgeable about the history of the prison and the killing fields. We got picked up from our hotel and travelled in a comfortable air conditioned vehicle.

We visited the Choeung Ek (S21 Prison) first before going out to the Killing Fields. To fully understand what actually happened under the Khmer Rouges regime you should do the prison first.

My husband, my two teenage daughters and I found it difficult coming to terms with the visual atrocities that happened to the lovely people of Cambodia, and I personally needed to move out of the tour group every now and then to compose myself. However, no matter how startling or disturbing it is, everyone who visits Cambodia should visit here to truly understand the horrific history of Cambodia.

At the Genocide Museum, we were fortunate enough to also meet Bou Meng and Chum Mey the last two survivors of S21 Prison. A truly humbling experience.

This was a powerful and harrowing tour which has given us memories that will stay with us forever.

Avaliado por: Luke H , Janeiro 2014

This was the most moving moments I have had. The killing fields feel very touristy but the school is just as it should be. Though I disagree with the shop on the premises I understand why it is there. Being a school teacher myself and having worked in a similar place it was a very emotional experience

Avaliado por: Steven K , Janeiro 2014

My partner and I really enjoyed this tour.
We had to leave early and we were. Accommodated, we had a hotel change at 2300hrs the night before and we're able to change pickup location no problems.

We had a personal tour guide who was incredibly passionate about what he was saying, and was clear with his English, but we did have to pay very close attention to hear word for word. He kept buying us snacks and coconuts to drink. I forgot my wallet and he offered to buy the survivors book for me.

The tour is a must do for anyone and really eye opening. Everyone has their own personal experience. Mine was strange. The fields are so peaceful and there is a really good energy, despite the fact that you literally are walking on human bones. I just didn't know how to feel, which made me feel like a bad person.

5 star tour that you'll never forget!

Avaliado por: Pauline. Mary H , Janeiro 2014

This trip was amazing, the guide was great and so pleasant.

Avaliado por: Adnan H , United Kingdom, Dezembro 2013

A very informative and well paced tour of what is very depressing to be honest. Daro, the tour leader, let us ask questions at every opportunity and really helped, as best as he could, experience the venues.

Both on the way to, as well as the way back, he gave us great tips on things to do and not do, which is always very helpful for a tourist.

Avaliado por: Rose F , Dezembro 2013

This is a tour which I felt I had to take, because I felt that however unpleasant it was, it was something I had to see, having read and heard so much about it. As other reviewers have said, it was incredibly sad, reduced me to tears. The tour was a small group tour, but there was just me, and my guide Daro who was extremely knowledgeable, and I was very grateful to have him take me on the tour, definitely not somewhere you want to go on your own.

Avaliado por: Maryanne R , Agosto 2013

This is one of the best tours Ive ever been on and Ive been on a lot! Tour guide was fantastic and really knew his topic. He was also extremely passionate about telling the story of what happened and in educating people. I could have stayed for hours looking around both sites and listening to the information the guide wanted to share. I even got to meet one of the seven survivors and had my photo taken with him. I was able to ask the survivor, with the help of my guide, questions about his life and experiences during the reign of Pol Pot. I can not recommend this tour enough!

Avaliado por: Kevin S , Agosto 2013

Excellent tour.

Avaliado por: Douglas L , Abril 2013

We found this tour very informative and moving. Would recommend to anyone. Both Guide and driver were excellent.

Avaliado por: Alwyn N , Abril 2013

This trip was insightful though heart wrenching , the guide was knowledgeable and took us through the history in detail...a must for all those travelers wanting the hard truths about the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge...

Avaliado por: Kelley M , Março 2013

I had an amazing experience with Viator and my tour guide. I was picked up on time and was the only one in the group which was kind of nice because I was able to go at my own pace and have quality time to ask questions. It is especially helpful to have a guide for the genocide museum, otherwise you won't understand all that you are viewing and the stories behind it. It is a humbling tour to do and difficult at times to hear the stories and see what happened but it's important to experience. I highly recommend Viator. I only hope that all of the guides are as helpful and knowledgeable as my guide was, he went by Chen. Thank you for a great tour and helping me understand this difficult part of Cambodian history.