JEATH War Museum (Kanchanaburi-Thailand)
JEATH Museum is a war museum in Thailand concerning the infamous “Death Railway”, that was built between 1942 and 1943 as part of a railway linking Thailand and Burma. The museum was opened in 1977 and the JEATH acronym marks the nationalities involved in the construction of the railways: the Japanese, the English, the Australians, the Thais and the Dutch (Hollands). The museum is divided into two parts – the first is a construction of the railway and the other is a reconstruction of bamboo huts containing personal items such as paintings, drawings, photographs of prisoners as well as tools, weapons and maps. You can find all of that in three small houses which are set as an art installation.
Category: Kanchanaburi što posjetiti, Museum-art-palace, Things to do in Thailand,
The Chaichumphon Chanasongkhram Temple is located just 100 meters from here, GPS: 14.016008, 99.531348 (14°00’57.6″N, 99°31’52.9″E).
Pakprak Rd., Kanchanaburi 71000, Thailand
14.016190, 99.530691 (14°00’58.3″N, 99°31’50.5″E)
Tourists 50 THB (1,25 EUR), Thai people 20THB (0,5 EUR)
0066 (0)34 511 263
GPS Coordinates: 14.016190, 99.530691 (14°00’58.3″N, 99°31’50.5″E)
JEATH War Museum is located in Pakprak Street in Kanchanaburi, around 5km from the Bridge on the river Kwai.
Address: Pakprak Rd., Kanchanaburi 71000, Thailand
If you are driving with a car, show this translation to the taxi driver:
ช่วยพาไปส่งที่สวนน้ำพัทยา ปาร์ค ที่ตรงหาดจอมเทียนด้วยครับ/ค่ะ
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Please, can you tell me how to find this sight:
ช่วยบอกทางไปสวนน้ำพัทยา ปาร์ค ที่ตรงหาดจอมเทียนด้วยครับ/ค่ะ
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