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The owner/founder of the museum met us and showed us around; meanwhile telling the moving story of his father and his courageous friends, who defied the Japanese during World War II.
We were touched by the whole set-up and the personal story.
This museum deserves...More
Located in a lovely old teak house, which is now painted brightly blue and gold, this museum documents a little known aspect of world history: the Free Thai movement which fought the Japanese.
The collection consists of a couple of rooms of World War Two...More
This museum is dedicated to a group of Thai who lived aboard during World War II and lobbied for the country's independence. The museum is maintained by grandchildren of one of the members of the group.
Situated in a beautiful old house it displays an important part of Thailands world war 2 history. Free admission, open doors. Not an inter-active exhibition so unless your kids are in the fascinated-about-military-stuff-age they probably find it boring. It's hidden behind the hotel Phradorn &...More
A nice little museum thay provided us with an insight into a period of history we had no idea about. Lots of English translations which is a rarity (especially out of the tourist traps). It is however fantastically small museum-y. Lots of cabinets with things...More
This small museum is located in an old Thai house behind a hotel. It was locked when we arrived but someone came and opened it for us. It is very interesting the learn about the "Free Thai Movement" that started to work against the Japanese...More
I am always amazed at just how little I know about the Japanese and Thailand in the second world war and I found this compact museum is a great place to visit to expand my knowledge. My only regret is not having enough Thai language...More
We were lucky to discover this little museum which was tucked away down a side road. When we visited we were the only people there and the owner of the museum, who was related to one of the Free Thai founders (and possibly the man...More
This is definitely a small museum, but it is still an interesting museum, about the little known activities of the Free Thai Movement (Khabuan Kan Seri Thai) in Thailand during the Second World War. The Movement was started by the then Thai Ambassador to the...More