Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

This former high school in central Phnom Penh makes for a sobering visit, due to the horrific role it played during the Khmer Rouge regime. Back then, the former school was transformed into a political prisoners’ camp known as Security Prison 21 (S-21). Only seven prisoners survived, while many others were tortured and killed there, or sent to their deaths at Choeung Ek. Much of the site has been left as it was discovered in 1979 when the Vietnamese army liberated Phnom Penh. The blood-splattered walls, tiny brick cells and abandoned torture tools offer an important insight into the brutal regime.

More Info
Sun – Sat:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Street 113, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Visit website
Services & Activities:
Guided Tours

Ask a Question?

  • Free quote available 24/7
  • Friendly Customer Services
  • Free Cancellation 24hr Before
  • No Pushing To Buy