Study Tour Killing Field & Paddy Fields

from $65.00

Full day study trip by bicycle in Phnom Penh. Bring a group of students who need to know more about Khmer Rouge Regime and visit Killing Field where collectively more than a million people were killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge regime, during its rule of the country from 1975 to 1979, immediately after the end of the Cambodian Civil War (1970–1975).

Your students would be take a cycle trip in beautiful countryside, see pretty villages and discover a lot of thing along the way where you’ll experience with a real life of Cambodian people who living in rural areas. We will spend about 20% of the time on the main roads for the 32 km journey. Along the way, the rest of the time on a small village, we stopped at a small stall where a lady sold fried crickets and fresh cane juice; delicious and refreshing. Furthermore, cycle to visit Ta Promh Temple, which is the temple that is reminiscent of Angkor Wat. Ta Promh temple, adapted from Bayon style, was built during the late 12th and early 13thcenturies, during the reign of King Jayavarman VII (AD 1181-1220) as a place of worship for Brahmans and Buddhists. After visited the temple and delicious local lunch in the picnic huts of Tonle Bati Tourism Site, we cycle about 16 km more to Phnom Chiso and climb about 400 stairs to visit Phnom Chiso temple and explore beautiful views of Takeo countryside from the hilltop. Phnom Chiso temple was built in the early 11th century by King Suryawarman I (AD 1002- 1050) who practiced Brahmanism. Along the way to the Phnom Chiso, you will explore more beautiful countryside, see local street foods where you’ll be able to taste from fried little frogs to silkworm and delicious with fresh coconut juice.

Tour Highlights:

  • Visit Killing Field and learn about Khmer Rouge Regime
  • Cycle adventure through countryside, Khmer villages and paddy fields
  • Visit Ta Promh Temple and enjoy local lunch in picnic hut at Tonle Bati Tourism Site
  • Visit Phnom Chiso Temple and explore beautiful views from the hilltop of Chisor Mountain

Tour at a Glance:

  • Cycling distance 32 km ( 20 miles)
  • 80% back roads- 20 % main roads
  • Minimum age: 9 years old
  • Min group size: 10 plus with school leaders
  • Max group size: 25 plus with school leaders
  • Activity level: Easy to Moderate with vehicle supported
JOIN AND END Phnom Penh Capital city
DEPARTURE TIME 7:30am daily
[icon_tick state=”on”]Hotel pick up & drop off [icon_tick state=”on”]Local cycling guide, Mountain Bike & helmet
[icon_tick state=”on”]Lunch, water and fruit [icon_tick state=”on”]All admission fees and vehicle supported
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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
      Children, Cycling, Discovery, Guided Tours
    • Activity Level Moderate