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Phnom Penh tour 2 Days/ 1 Nights

Spend 2 days discovering the main attractions and cultural highlights of Phnom Penh. Discover the reality of the Khmer Rouge with visits to the Killing Fields and the Genocide Museum, and also learn about the larger history of Cambodia and the rhythms of modern life.Day 1: The Killing Fields & Genocide Museum Get picked up from your hotel and drive past the Independence Monument—celebrating independence from French rule—on your way out of the city. Visit a traditional fishing village and the outer suburbs before making your way to the Killing Fields.Once you arrive, take a self-guided tour with audio commentary to provide an understanding of the history of the place, where the Khmer Rouge executed more than 1 million people. While a visit to the site is a sobering one, the center has been transformed into a peaceful place in homage to the lives that were lost. Pay your respects at the Memorial Stupa, where the skulls of thousands of victims are on display as a reminder of the terror that took place.

Spend 2 days discovering the main attractions and cultural highlights of Phnom Penh. Discover the reality of the Khmer Rouge with visits to the Killing Fields and the Genocide Museum, and also learn about the larger history of Cambodia and the rhythms of modern life.

Day 1: The Killing Fields & Genocide Museum Get picked up from your hotel and drive past the Independence Monument—celebrating independence from French rule—on your way out of the city. Visit a traditional fishing village and the outer suburbs before making your way to the Killing Fields.Once you arrive, take a self-guided tour with audio commentary to provide an understanding of the history of the place, where the Khmer Rouge executed more than 1 million people. While a visit to the site is a sobering one, the center has been transformed into a peaceful place in homage to the lives that were lost. Pay your respects at the Memorial Stupa, where the skulls of thousands of victims are on display as a reminder of the terror that took place.After lunch at a local restaurant, you make your way back to the city toward the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. In the 1970s, this former school was transformed into the S-21 Prison and interrogation center, and serves as a powerful reminder of the dark chapter in Cambodian history. You finish the day at Svaypope Temple, where you are able to participate in a short Buddhist ceremony to offer respects to the people who lost their lives in the genocide.

Day 2: Royal Palace, National Museum & Local Markets Begin the second day with a visit the living Russian Market, to discover the wide range of art, crafts, food, and clothing for sale. You then head to the Royal Palace to enjoy its majestic architecture, statues, and monuments to old royalty. Eat lunch at a local restaurant before heading to the National Museum, where an official guide leads you through significant artwork, artifacts, and sculptures.Stroll down Street 178, known as Art Street for its galleries and craft shops. Visit Ounalome Temple to see monks going about their lives, and then travel to Wat Phnom Temple, a 1372 Buddhist structure, and one of the most important in the city. Your day ends at the Central Markets, where you are able to haggle with locals to find the perfect gift to bring home.

the price of these tours are 210$

Our Services include:
    Meals as mentioned (B= Breakfast,    English speaking local guide (for other languages and a supplement applies)    Tours and transfers as mentioned by private air conditioned vehicle    Entrance fees for mentioned visits    Daily drinking water and cold towels
Our Services do not include:
    Visa for Cambodia (Visa issued on arrival for most nationalities, USD20/pax, please bring 1 passport photo)    Any surcharge/extra fees for visit of the Angkor Historical site imposed by the Apsara Authorities in Siem Reap which are subject to change without prior notice    Other meals than mentioned    Camera/video entrance fees    Personal expenses (drinks, laundry, telephone, tips etc)    Travel insurance including recommended helicopter evacuation for Cambodia    Other services not clearly indicated in the package inclusions above
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