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This is one of the best war museums I have visited. The stories and experiences are personalised so one leaves with a sense of the human cost of the building of the cutting and the railway. I visited here with two other friends ( all...More
This is a beautifully designed and thought out modern.museum. The audio guide down the bed of the old railway track is an absolute must. The clothing merchandise in the gift store was much better quality than many. A strong Australian bias, but that is to...More
One wonders how many of the Millennials have ever heard of Hellfire Pass? A visit here should make everyone feel lucky to be alive. Difficult to find words to accurately describe how awful this place once was.
Hellfire Pass: We did a day trip to Hellfire Pass by a taxi. It took us around 90 minutes to reach. The Hellfire Pass museum has great memorial significance. The museum houses weapons used during the war, interesting exhibits and quality audio tours that would keep...More
Unbelievable place very moving and informative inside the museum and also go to the pass if like me you need a wheelchair there is an escorted buggy to take you down right through the long cutting of hell fire pass. Well done. Definetly a must...More
What a beautiful job! I took a group of school students from New Zealand and i was so proud to see where my taxes are going in supporting this project. Respectful, beautiful and world class facilities. Was super proud to see Thai locals in Australian...More
It was an emotional trip into history. The museum is beautiful and tells the story in such a way that makes you truly feel what the prisoners felt as they constructed the railway. I was amazed and reduced to tears.
Hellfire Pass has a short or long walk. The short walk is about 500m.one way, which is easy. Beyond that I understand it's a few hours. I went up to the memorial plague. The audio can be borrowed doc. However, a photograph document must be...More
This museum / memorial is located about a 1 hr drive west of the infamous WW2 Bridge. It has recently been re-opened after a renovation and expansion. It is a moving tribute to the thousands of POWs and Asian laborers who toiled and died there....More
Hi there,I would have to sorry but not really as from the museum which is at the top of the hill you take a long walk down a framed stair case and some of the steps are strap to the path which is at the bottom and from... More
Hi there,I would have to sorry but not really as from the museum which is at the top of the hill you take a long walk down a framed stair case and some of the steps are strap to the path which is at the bottom and from there you walk along the rail way which the path is very Stoney and has some of the rail way sleepers still in place.
I would how ever say if you do travel by mini bus etc to the museum the area at the top but the car park and the museum walk way and also in the museum are ok for access.
Hope this help in some way.