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Dont get me wrong, it was interesting, our guide was great. Only problem is if you do the tour from Hua Hin you sit there for 3.5 hours in the car just to get there and then a 3.5 hour drive back... more time in...More
I was really looking forward to visiting the museum but was so disappointed.
It gave a brief pictured idea of what occurred - (apparently there used to be diaries and other artifacts from the soldiers on display which are now not there.)
We sat and...More
A modern nuseum, with pictures and fotos and a recored voice talking in Burmese. One can get some information, about where the line was running along and so on, but for me the museum was not able to give an impression of the horror, of...More
We visited the cemetery first then the museum and finally the trip up the river to the actual bridge. Our Dutch neighbor from a few years back was one of those who survived the experience. His wife was in Changi prison. I guess some/most visitors...More
The Museum was simple, well set out and told the horrific story of the Death railway in such a moving way. Well worth a visit. The Bridge itself was fantastic and the train ride simple yet sobering, remembering what had gone on in the building...More
Museum is a grim reminder of the sufferings faced by PoWs and others during construction of this railway track. I read 'The Narrow road to the deep north' book sometime back and hence was quite keen to visit the place and perhaps got more connected....More