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All reviews excellent museum informative museum free tea or coffee war cemetery across the road rod beattie thailand burma railway personal stories railway centre small museum entrance fee take your time hellfire pass well worth the visit the river on display information
Prices for Thai 100 baht prices for foreigner 150 baht. The best 150 baht I have ever spent. This place is well set up and very very informative. There are lots of artifacts and stories indicating just how hard the lives were of these very...More
After we departed the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, our tour guide mentioned that we had a short drive to the other side of the War Cemetery to visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. So we took advantage of this, exiting our vehicle, while the tour operator guided...More
We went to the museum as part of a tour package. It is well set out and gives a detailed account of the bridge construction and events during this period of the war. It wasnt too busy when we were there in March so we...More
The story of the railway and the Japanese treatment of the prisoners is sobering and rather grim, and this center does a good job of telling it. I was glad to see the treatment of the native workers (Malay and Indonesia etc) was also covered...More
I conjunction with my visit to the cemetery, this museum is right across the road. It’s a great display and has movies and artifacts from the time. The research facility is excellent and I spent time researching records of my grandfather. Well worth the visit,...More
Interesting and well documented. A lot of text combined with visual Information.
Harsh reality of the war stories. Showcase of personal stories and equipment. I did not know so many local and foreigners suffered.
Having watched the movie "the Bridge on the River Quai, a million times, we decided to visit this area on Thailand. This museum really give you the background on how extensive this project was, how many POW camps were involved and its importance to the...More