Your morning tour will include visits to the “Killing Fields”, Toul Sleng and the Russian Market, all of which will provide you with a deeper understanding of Cambodia’s past and present. The Tuol Sleng Museum (or Museum of Genocide) is a testament to the country’s bloody past. Until 1975 this building was a high school, but then it became the Khmer Rouge’s main torture and interrogation center, gaining the moniker “S-21”. It was from here that victims were chosen to be taken and executed in what is now known as the Killing Fields.
You will then take a trip to Kompong Cham by private van. Kompong Cham has plenty of interesting sights, some of which are old colonial buildings, as well as sites such as Nokor Bachey. Nokor Bachey Temple was built in the middle of the 11th Century, during the reign of Suryayarman II and King Ouphey. This old colonial town is rich with agricultural products like rubber trees, cashews, maize, beans and more. You will spend the night in Kompong Cham.