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I didnt really know much about WW1 and after going to this museum it has helped me to get a better grasp of what happened. It was very interesting and laid out in an easy way to navigate the museum. It was an unexpected surprise...More
Very descriptive of the shocking things that took place during the war and the building of the Thai Burna railway, with models of the men in a very imancipated state. There were stories of things that happened during that time
Tourist trap! It claim itself to be Jeath war museum but it is actually a fake Jeath museum. I paid 40 Baht per person and was not given any receipt... upon entering the grounds, all we saw were lousy fake items claimed to be artifacts...More
The exposition was a big collection of different objects from the war and paintings, from old rifles and swords and porcelaine to GI Joe T-Shirts and helicopter and other aircrafts. The connection between the paintings and statues to the war was not very clear resp....More
Great educational place with nice cafe. Many info here that is eye opening and I was amazed at the way they represented the deaths using iron nails/pegs used in the building of the railway. Sad to know many asians and coolies died in the building...More