If you have the slightest interest in the history of Singapore, and/or the WWII period, then a visit to the Changi Chapel and museum is "A MUST". The museum is very well laid out and extremely informative about this gruesome period of recent history. There were quite a few visitors when we were there, none of them Japanese ! It Might be a good idea for todays Japanese to understand what yesterdays Japanese perpetrated upon their fellow human beings, within the living memory of the few remaining that are still alive to tell the sorry tale !
If you are rightly moved by what you see at this commendable museum, I would suggest that you pop onto the MRT subway system and head out on the Red North/South Line to Kranji and pay your respects to the thousands of Allied/Commonwealth war dead that lie in the beautifully maintained "Commonwealth War Graves Commission" Cemetery at Kranji. It is only an easy ten minute stroll from the MRT station. Andrew Bruce, Dumfries, Scotland, U.K.
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