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Nice documentation by reading the actual pictures taken
There are 3 stalls, the first one being the bigger at with photographic mostly exhibits, the second one with exhibits of the soldiers such as armour etc, and the 3rd plus a typical one screen room to...More
A nice surprise about the involvement of Thailand in the second world war when Japan built a railway in the hope of conquering Burma. Sadly the museum was not properly managed. A lot of display were just cramped inside glass boxes without any explanation. Still...More
Very strange and curious site. If you are going to visit the bridge over the river Kwai it is worth it, it is next door. But it is very poorly maintained and you must ask the ticket to the lady at the box office, in...More
Probably about my westerners culture I will have thought going to a museum will be under the arms of a curator proud of his museum and everything in the place will be conserved with precautions and protection here the only person you can see is...More
This modest museum provides useful insight to the railway and the prisioners who worked and died on its construction. Not surprisingly, there are not a lot of artefacts - time, the weather and the circumstances of a brutal period of captivity meant that not a...More
In case you don’t know, JEATH stands for Japanese, English, Australian (+/- American) , Thai ,Holland and this museum is a small museum relating some of the horrors of the creation of the Thai-Burmese death railway.
The museum is in three section,which included showing what...More