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Definitely worth a side track from the Tooth Temple, along the way you'll also pass a newly constructed and spotless toilet (donated by a Chinese construction company). Like other reviewers have said, the caretaker Mr Charles Carmichael is extremely knowledgeable and has been there since...More
This is a beautiful place to pause and reflect. This features graves from the Second World War. The gardens are beautifully manicured. Details of the service personnel who died can be located via the British war graves commission in Berkshire.
The gardens here are just amazing and the over 200 grave sites honoured and well cared for. You have over 7 different countries including Sri Lankans, Africans, Canadians, British, Italians though no Aussies even though we did fight here. Saddest part a large majority died...More