This was a horrible museum. Very dark and it was difficult to read. Didn't really focus on the Bridge. No tour guides g and mine was worthless).
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Came here as part of a River Kwai organised tour. I visited about 15 years ago when last in Thailand and it hasn't changed. There are very few displays - mainly pictures and paintings, which do give a bit of insight into things but no...More
Whilst I found this museum very interesting, I was also incredibly surprised by how poorly the items are displayed. Many photos which appear to be originals were faded and will very soon be unviewable. I understand that this museum is run by monks, but the...More
Old, dark, dusty and in need of renovation, but interesting. Lots of WWII items, weapons, boats, etc. The mannequins are creepy looking but this IS a death museum.....No A/C in there so it was really hot, but worth a short stop...
Run by monks, this museum could use an infusion of funds to professionalize its exhibits. But perhaps that lack of money makes this museum its offerings more authentic. You basically walk down a U shaped building on either side of which are various artifacts, photos...More
This small place located next to the River Kwai. From out side you cannot see what they have inside. But after you steped in you will see old style palm leaf roof. And with 10-30 minutes walk along under the roof, you will see sad...More
There are some nice objects to be seen in this museum, but the ticket already warns about what is coming: it is called "Maintenance fee". And maintenance is needed... Most objects are covered in a layer of dust, which appears to come frome the era's...More
I have visited this museum several times over a number of years. It has always been small but an entity in itself. It seems to have morphed into a bigger museum with other random memorabilia. Sign posts are poor and the story of the War...More