It was great visit there. It's memorial museum for WW II and late soldiers. We felt sad for their lost and families.
About Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum and Walking Trail
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A great experience to have before going to Hellfire Pass. Also used the experience to help our 2 teenage children understand their Thai history better, they had a better appreciation which they could utilise at school. Very good displays and presentations. Air conditioned which made...More
I did only the trail because i wanted to do some trekking and there are few options in the area. It is ok if you want to be in a quite place without many people (i was the only one doing the entire trail) but...More
We visited this area under the recommendation of the tour company that planned our trip to Thailand. I am glad they suggested this stop. It was very moving and informative. Not to be missed.
This was a place I wanted to visit and the experience was overwhelming and a must to understand the difficulty of the task undertaken by the soldiers in WW2. The visit gave a sense of understanding of how they must have suffered. I struggled with...More
We visited today and had a great day. Hired a driver from our place in kanchanaburi and arrived at about 10 (left at 8.30). We had a quick look round the museum then did a circular walk to the main lookout then back along by...More
We went there by rented motorbike. The museum is inside a military base and is free.they appreciate donations... When we were there(april 2017)only one part of the path was opened.. According the notice on the site, the Army command forbidden the access...anyway, we did the...More
Nice museum paying respect to those who perished while building the railroad. The lack of paraphernalia in the museum didn't disturbed me, somehow it added to respectful approach to the incidents that occurred here. The real "attraction" is the Hellfire pass. It is located about...More