|Monday||7:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||7:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||7:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||7:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Friday||7:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||7:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||7:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
It's difficult to describe this place as the significance of it is understood and felt through the stories and experiences of the guides, who are landmine survivors. It's a really worthwhile visit to gain an insight and perspective into what happened during the genocide from the perspective of the local people. It aims to support those people who are at-risk within the community, for example, landmine survivors who cannot find work. Just on the side in the field is the 'kitchen of hope、, set up to provide lunch to the children living in the nearby village. speak to the people who run this kitchen and again you will understand the remarkable work that is being done here to build stronger communities.
Run by former Red Khmer - not big but worth visiting. Kiling field on property.
informative. The guides are veterans. Takes about half an hour. Buildt on a cruel place with shocking stories.
Everyone visiting Cambodia should visit this outdoor museum. Hearing stories from former child soldiers and landmine survivors was an emotional experience. It is built on the site of an old military installation and there are rooms with different landmines and weapons recovered from the local area. There is also a mass grave on the site. The museum gives most of the money to local children to help them learn English and there is a classroom in the museum.
Incredible experience. We came to the museum and were surprised to see it was quite small with lots of landmine and military equipment displays. At the end, we were approached by a man who informed us he was an ex child soldier in the Khmer Rouge until he stepped on a landmine in 1991. He sat us down and spoke to us in great detail about his experiences and the societal issues in Cambodia today. He answered all of our questions and was very grateful for the opportunity. An unforgettable and humbling experience. Definitely go to meet this man and see the work he does.