The other name of this place is Killing fields. This is not the easiest place to visit. Museum of the genocide of innocent people in Cambodia. A reminder of what human ignorance can do and we know that such places still exist in other countries. Find enough time to visit this Museum. It is better to take 2.5-3 hours to walk slowly and listen to the history of this place through the audio guide and to honor the memory of people who never left the walls of this camp.
This place is not a tourist attraction, so it can't be evaluated by its scenery, interesting and cost-effective. It is a history of Cambodia. In 1975, the Khmer Rouge led by Polbert seized power. In the following three years, about 3 million Cambodians died of abnormal deaths. Once a concentration camp, nearly 10,000 remains were excavated. Today, thousands of victims'skulls are stored in tall Buddhist pagodas by age, sex and barefooted into the pagodas. The skeletons look at you as if they are telling you about a terrible past and suffering on Cambodian soil, one of the most bloody and violent man-made catastrophes of the 20th century. When we get to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, we can go and have a look.
It's so old to go to Cambodia and come back. I haven't written any comment on the killing ground. Now I'm in the mood. I want to comment on it. The killing ground is a must for many tourists to go to Phnom Penh. It is about 15 kilometers away from Phnom Penh. I travel alone, so I hire a beeper. Tickets are $6. It's very important to give Chinese explanatory machine if you come from China without explaining it. The explanatory machine explains the whole murder scene once. Listen, many people are in tears. It's too tragic. The cruelty of the Red Cambodian government is horrifying. More than 20,000 people were brutally murdered in a place that was originally a cemetery for overseas Chinese in China. The Memorial Hall of the murder hall preserves 9,000 heads dug up. This is a place worth visiting. It gives us an unknown and painful history.
Although not strongly recommended scenic spots are far from the city, if it takes about half an hour to travel to and from Tuktuk, the price is 16 dollars. Visiting this historical museum, you must rent a voice player. You can hear horrifying history and tragic scenes, which are very shocking and painful.
It's a little far away. I rent a locomotive or take tutu. I can't walk anyway. Actually, it's not very big here. There's an explanatory machine. It can tell a lot of small details. It's a place where human nature can be examined. It's different from Hitler's concentration camp. It doesn't insult people, and it's full of ugly madness.
It can be creepy. There were 20,002 mass graves in the killing battlefield, and the Khmer Rouge policy resulted in at least 1,386,734 deaths. In 1975, Cambodia's population was about 8 million, including about 1.75 million to 2.5 million deaths caused by disease and hunger.
I really don't know how to write this score. Interest? Scenery? This is far from the truth, the darkest display of human nature, naked cruelty. The white bones everywhere seem to highlight the present history. Cambodia, once the richest country in Southeast Asia, has slaughtered almost all the elites in the country and has since been defeated.
The Khmer Rouge concentration camp was the place where ordinary people were detained and persecuted during the period of Kampuchea. During more than three years of Khmer Rouge rule, more than 17,000 people were killed here on various charges that we are familiar with, such as counter-revolution, special agents of the United States and so on. The killing ground is located in the southern suburb of Phnom Penh, 15 km from the urban area. Ticket 2, 7:00-17:30. Ticket offices have free voice guides. Every scenic spot in the killing ground has such brand explanations. Visiting according to the serial number and the corresponding number of the guide machine will automatically broadcast the related introduction of the scenic spot. The killing ground is buried with the bones of many ordinary people who were murdered during the Red Cambodian period.