This is an incredible museum built on top of a killing field from the Khmer Rouge regime. We got a personal tour from an ex-child soldier, and the highlight of the experience was talking to him and learning about his past. While the museum is humble in its artifacts, it is hard not to feel the emotion and trauma of this site’s terrible past.
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