Phnom Penh Hop On Hop Off
Killing Fields & S21 Shuttle Bus Tour, a must-see tour while in Phnom Penh, now is available on an air-conditioned tour bus.
The tour will start when all hotel pick-ups completed. The bus will take you to Genocide Museum, also know as Prison S21 under Khmer Rouge regime. Recorded English commentary will be played on the bus, giving you some basic background about this prison. The bus attendant will explain some guidelines about the visit. Audio tour is available in English and French at a cost of $3; in-house guide can be hired as well for USD $2/person, or you can visit the museum by yourself. The prison is composed by 4 buildings, and there are different exhibition on different floor or room. Two prison survivors sometimes will come to the museum and talk to the visitors. The visit time of the museum is about 1 hour. If you take the audio tour at Prison S21, you can take the highlight tour which means the numbers in red colour on the audio tour map.
Then the bus will head to the Killing Fields. The drive will take about 40 mins. On the way to the Killing Fields, a documentary will be played on the bus, you will learn more about Khmer Rouge regime. Audio tour in 15 languages is also available at The Killing Fields at a cost of $3. If you take the Audio Tour, you will receive a headphone and a control device with numbered buttons. You can follow the map provided and start the Audio Tour. The visit time at the Killing Fields is about 1 hour 15 mins. As the written information is very limited at the Killing Fields, we recommend you to take the audio tour.
If you take the trip in the morning, you will be back to your hotel by 1pm; and if you like to be dropped off at riverside where you want to visit the royal palace, silver pagoda and national museum, you can just tell the tour assistant, our driver is very happy to drop you off there for your convenience.
if you take the trip in the afternoon, you will be back to your hotel by 6:30pm; and if you like to be dropped off at the riverside where you want to spend the evening or visit the Night Market, just tell the tour assistant.
The bus attendant is not your tour guide. This is not a guided tour.
You must submit your hotel details when you make a booking, as some hotels are not eligible for pickup due to traffic conditions.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE CALL OUR LOCAL NUMBER FOR CONFIRMATION 1 DAY BEFORE THE TOUR.
*Passengers are advised to ask your hotel receptionist to call us for confirmation of the tour arrangement and the exact departure time
- Air-conditioned tour bus
- Free hotel pick up and drop off
- Audio English commentary on the bus
- Documentary played on the bus on the way to killing fields
- English speaking bus attendant
- 1 bottle of drinking water
- Free WiFi
- Entrance fees (Genocide Museum $3, Killing Fields $3)
- Audio tours (Genocide Museum Audio Tour $3, Killing Fields Audio Tour $3)
- Tour guide
- in-house guide at the Museum ($2 per person)
- Food and drinks
- Gratituits (recommended)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Not wheelchair accessible
- At certain stops, the bus attendant will help passengers on the ground. Please note that the bus attendant is not tour guide.
- This is not a guided tour.
- Please ask your hotel reception to call us for reconfirmation of departure time
I thought that the visit to the killing fields and prison, accompanied by the video explanation on the bus of the Khmer Rouge period, was extremely informative. I really learned a lot. However, I would definitely call this a hop on hop off tour. Rather, it is a tour of two specific sites that begin and end at specific times just like any other structured tour.
Very Nice Trip, Well behaved staff and cooperative. Worth it.
Perfect way to see S21 and the Killing Fields. The bus was air conditioned which was great to come back to. I was picked up and dropped off at my hotel. Right amount of time was spent at both locations.
Great tour, yet sad to hear all about Cambodia's troubled history.
Essential, hard to do because its so heartbreaking but its a really good insight into history , higly recommended
The bus, while air conditioned, is small and cramped when full. The real services provided were: transportation, a documentary playing between stops, expedited ticket/audio tour pick-up, and a bottle of water. The Killing Fields are a fair distance 15km from the center of the city, but we could have had a fair tuk tuk or taxi driver take us there for the same price as one of our tickets for this bus tour. Also, I'm confused as to why I paid 30 online... when two people were supposed to cost only 25. I saw this when I filled out our names on the bus...
Excellent value. Clean ac bus, courteous driver, hotel pick up. All good