I've seen a lot of complaints on here about people not liking that this location should not be a tourist attraction. However, Phnom Penh did a fabulous job of making this place an educational experience, with the obvious intent of warning others of the dangers that can exist with any form of power, authority, government, or state. Don't come here for the shock factor, visit this place to show respect to all of the innocent lives lost, and to get a better grasp on what the Khmer people have gone through in very recent history.
This is one location that I recommend having a tour guide for.
Also, there is no toilet paper in the bathrooms, and the hoses are at like 100 psi, so consider yourself warned.
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