I went here on my own today as my wife didn't wish to be reminded of the horrifying disaster.
The main museum is on the right as you enter the memorial park. It's 300 baht to enter with the money going towards staffing, general upkeep and hopefully for victims.
There's another hut type set-up behind the police boat. Be warned, the photos they have here are more graphic than in the actual museum.
Upstairs in the museum they have a video which tells some of the survivors stories. To say the stories are heart breaking would be an understatement. So very sad.
I remember watching the disaster taking place on the television at home in the U.K.
It brought back the memories of that day. I can't begin to imagine what it must've been like to have actually been caught up in it.
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