The Thailand-burma Railway Centre, Kanchanaburi
The Thailand-burma Railway Centre, Kanchanaburi - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 73 Jaokannun Road, BanNua, Amphoe Muang, Kanchanaburi 71000, Thailand
Ticket Price: 120 THB
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About The Thailand-burma Railway Centre, Kanchanaburi
This is an interactive museum. It is dedicated to the maltreated victims of the Thailand-Burma Railway line. There are various sections in the museum that have been chronologically arranged to narrate the story of the Death Railway. The multi-lingual information panels are very detailed. You will feel that you have been transported back in time and you will feel harrowed. The museum spans the history in the most detailed fashion, starting from the planning process of the railway line to its status in the epilogue of war. Highlights include:
- Plans and designs engineered by the Japanese Army.
- Tools used by the manual labour.
- A 9-metre long interactive model of the railway line.
- Personal effects of the Prisoners of War.
- The Summary of deaths
- The Souvenir Shop
- The Coffee Shop
The Thailand-burma Railway Centre Information
- The place is very crowded on public holidays.
The Thailand-burma Railway Centre Ticket Prices
- Children : THB 60
How To reach The Thailand-burma Railway Centre by Public Transport
- A 5 minute walk away from the Kanchanaburi Railway Station
- Ask the locals for directions
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This is excellent museum filled with information about the prisoners of war who were involved with building the railroad during World War II. I got very emotional at this museum while I read about the harsh conditions for the POWs & civilians. I feel this museum needs to be viewed by every citizen of the world. The cemetery across the street is a fitting memorial to the ones who lot their lives.on this effort.
Vey nice museum... sad to learn about the history but this museum is very thorough in documenting what happened on the death railroad. Lots of information to read about the areas history
Small museum but with lots of history to learn. Boards and information in the museum are in Thai and English. Could easily spend over and hour in the museum reading and understanding the history. They also offer service to family to find the names of their ancestors for free. Free tea or coffee at the end of visit too.
A small yet informative museum detailing the building of the "Death Railway" during WWII.
The museum is filled with interesting pieces of the history of Death railway. It is very interesting and informative, a visit to the war cemetery next door completes this visit.