You will learn about the past and present of Phnom Penh city. The history of capital, region, culture, traditional of Cambodia. Then, get out of the capital to visit an island on the Mekong river, where you'll experience the local way of life along the river.
We tour only small group max 2-5 people
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In only a few decades, Cambodia has risen from the depths of almost insurmountable despair. Although difficult to visit, Phnom Penh’s ghastly reminders of the country’s civil war remain important sites to visit. And while many Cambodians continue to struggle under the economic repercussions of it’s destructive recent past, there are many signs of hope, embodied by the efforts of various social enterprises and non-governmental organizations to give opportunities to disadvantaged Cambodians.
Learn about Cambodia’s tragic Khmer Rouge History
Be inspired by organizations helping Cambodia’s underprivileged
Gain a wider perspective of the current conditions of Cambodia’s recovery from it’s devastating past
Learn about Cambodia’s turbulent past during a half-day tour of Toul Sleng Prison and the Choeung Ek Killing Fields in Phnom Penh. Hear about the prisoners of the Khmer Rouge at S-21 Prison and the Killing Fields, and gain insight into how the atrocities affect Cambodia to this day. Conclude your tour on a lighter note with a visit to a vibrant local market.
Stray from the beaten path and get a more intimate glimpse into rural Cambodia on a bike tour of the countryside from Phnom Penh. Designed for travelers looking to escape the city, this tour focuses on local traditions and Khmer history, and provides insight that you won’t find in the guide books. Plus, you’ll visit the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek to learn about the turbulent recent history of Cambodia.