We hadn't intended to visit a museum, but after visiting the nearby war ceremony, where almost 7000 mainly Australian, Dutch and British POWs are buried it seemed a fitting thing to do. We were very impressed by the well displayed exhibits, which included memorabilia and models. There's also a short film featuring some of the survivors. A great insight into both inhumanity and courage.
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