A somber and emotional visit to Killing Field
Get a great educational and historical experience when in Killing Field - a deeply moving insight into Pol Pot's regime.
The excursion will put a lot of things in perspective and why the Cambodian people just want peace after awful era with thousands of impact which is greater and longer lasting. The experience is like time has stopped when you quietly walk through the fields, seeing bones and items still left in the place where the massacre took place. Visiting this places will absolutly move you and give you a mixture of emotions.
Tours with this experience
Take around Hanoi city and enjoy Water Puppet Show - which only belongs to the wet-rice culture of Vietnam
Cruising on Halong bay - the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Vietnam
Explore Hoi An ancient town: Chua Ong Pagoda, the Chinese Assembly Hall, the 200-year old Tan Ky ancestral house and the famous Japanese Bridge
Get a chance to learn about processes of making lantern and make lantern by yourself
Experience Hoi An rural tour and learn how to cook some dishes with local people in Hoi An
Explore around Saigon city: War Remnants Museum, Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral and Old Post Office.
Admire the magnificent water landscape of the Mekong river
Visit floating market on Mekong River - the unique market of Vietnam
Meet friendly locals and taste local produces and fruits
Discover Phnom Penh city - the capital of Cambodia: the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, National Museum, Killing Fields, Tuol Sleng Museum...
Land in the Angkor Complex and other religious sites and enjoy its unique architecture - kingdom of wonders.
Explore the cultural and historical heritage sites as Chlom Temple, Wat Damnak, Ta Prohm, Rolous group, Banteay Samre temple
Witness part of Cambodia’s history through the visit to the Killing Fields of Khmer Rouge Regime
Wonderful time cruising on the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and the chance to admire the picturesque landscapes
Observe the daily working life as passing by floating villages
Interesting experience to relax in quite and stunning beaches on Koh Rong Islands in Sihanouk Ville
Learn more about the Khmer history when visiting the National Museum, Killing Field, Remote Temples and Angkor Complex
Soothe your soul when cruising along Mekong River
Watching gorgeous Apsara Dance when having dinner at local restaurant in Siem Reap
Avoid the crowds when heading to Siem Reap and explore the unique floating life in Tonle Sap lake
Get amazed at the spectacular scale and workmanship involved in the architecture of Angkor Wat - UNESCO Heritage Site
Relax in great hotels with central location and enthusiastic staff
Discover cultural and historical heritage sites as National Museum, Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, Angkor Thom, Banteay Srei, Preah Khan Temple etc
Admire the excellent skills of Cambodian through the Angkor architecture
Unforgettable moments cruising on the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and admire the picturesque landscapes along the two sides
Have deeper understanding about the long history of Cambodia through the visit to the Killing Fields of Khmer Rouge
Taste plentiful delicious local foods in cozy restaurants
Visit Royal Palace in Phnom Penh - A breathtaking palace full of grandeur and opulence
Take a trip to Killing Field & Tuol Sleng Museum to learn about what the country and their people endured under Pol Pot regime
Enjoy the bamboo trains and the country side along the way you pass - a relaxing activity to spend half the day
Cycle to the countryside of Battambang to get close with local life and people
Visit Angkor Wat - UNESCO Heritage Site - An amazing structure, built almost a thousand years ago to know how great the Khmer Empire was
Learn all about the horrors of the Khmer Rouge Regime on a tour of Choeung Ek, the Killing Fields
Stroll around the vibrant Russian Market for some lovely gifts
Watch the sunset over the Mekong River on a one-hour cruise
Include transfers round way from/to hotel and local tour guide
Take a half-day tour of the killing fields at Choeung Ek
Hear about the the horrors that took place there and visit the large memorial to commemorate the victims
Learn about the cruelty of the Khmer Rouge regime and the efforts of Cambodian people to rebuild their country
Include private round-trip transfer and local tour guide
Take a full-day cycle tour with quality bike & experienced guide
Experience a visit to the 'Killing Fields' to get a background on the painful bloody rule of the Khmer Rouge
Pedal to the private quarters of the Royal Palace, now home to royal family and the Silver Pagoda at the northern area
Enjoy a fantastic view from the legendary Wat Phnom
Take a Phnom Penh city tour through Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Choeung Ek “Killing Fields”, Russian market and National Museum
Enjoy tropical beach relaxation on beautiful beaches of Koh Rong Island
Get amazed by the traditional dinner and Apsara Dance
Explore the picturesque temples of Angkor complex and surrouding sites
Embark a local boat trip to visit Kampong Phluk Floating Village and Tonle Sap Lake
Enjoy private tour with professional local tour guide
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