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JEATH War Museum

Wat Chai Chumphon | Ban Tai Subdistrict, Kanchanaburi 71000, Thailand
+66 34 511 263
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  • Average34%
  • Poor17%
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“small museum” (21 reviews)
“thai history” (7 reviews)
“pow camp” (7 reviews)
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Wat Chai Chumphon | Ban Tai Subdistrict, Kanchanaburi 71000, Thailand
+66 34 511 263
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Paid 40bht to enter we were only ones there as went in the afternoon and most tours do this in the morning. Owned privately by old man still sitting there who kept everything from river kwai and war. Won't sell to the government so not...More

Thank Laura F
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited this museum on our way to the river kwai bridge. It's actually an ancient train that attracted my attention, only than i realized it's a museum inside. Need to pay 40 Baht to enter the premise. Inside there are many old black and...More

Thank hazelineng
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum is a collection of odd-ball items. Most of which have little to no interest. It is very cheap though.

Thank Barry S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It was a pleasant visit to this museum. Many old artifact, objects, history related to the WW2. If you are a amateur of army stuff this is the place to be. I recommend to anyone who want to make a stop for 1-2 hours, and...More

Thank matdesl
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

40 baht entrance fee. The museum is quite extensive with sections covering Japan in Thailand during WW2, and another section covering the history between Thailand and Burma. The museum seems a little disorganized but it's still very educational. And being just round the corner from...More

Thank allseeing_i313
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Not worth your time or money. No care for preservation of historic items. The best part is the train at the entrance, that you can look at without paying.

Thank Rebecca F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The replica bamboo hut that housed 100’s of prisoners greets you at the entrance, with pictures and depictions of the conditions that they endured within, as they built the death railway. There are mementos and equipment also within the museum showing you how they ‘lived’...More

Thank Toby M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It’s hard to say ‘very good’, to something that shows the devastation of war and what humans are capable of doing to one another. This museum though is very informative and shows the true horror of what people endured. There is the opportunity to also...More

Thank Emilie-Victoria M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I'm not sure how to start this review because I have no idea what I've just seen! What an odd collection of random stuff, interspersed with faded (in some cases unrecognisable) photos of prisoners of war during WWII. We saw suitcases hung on a wall,...More

Thank Fiona66
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

All descriptions are in English. You can visit within 1 hour. Across from cemetery. Helps to understand the prisoner railroad.

Thank Mktpro99
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2 January 2017|
Response from Michael H | Reviewed this property |
As far as I recall, the sign gave no more information than can be gained from reading about the bridge on the Internet.