The buildings not the original building that was used in the war but it's got a lot stuff from the period and the chapel real interesting
I visited here as part of a tour group. It was a very moving experience, there are lots of quotes and photos from survivors and the departed. I was a bit disappointed that what we saw was a recreation rather than how it was.
A museum dedicated to Singapore's history during the Second World War. Take your time to browse through the magnificent wall paintings which were painstaking recreated from the originals by Bombardier Stanley Warren. The museum serves as an important educational institution and resource centre for all Singaporeans. No wonder Singaporeans are so proud of their country! If time permits, one should... More
Having read The Naked Island years ago and many other books about the fall of Singapore since, I was keen to visit Changi Prison. This museum is not the old prison but so thoughtfully laid out that you still get the feeling of what it was like not only to be a POW but also how the local people suffered... More
If you have a slight interest in the history of Singapore then go and experience this museum. You will be humbled by the stories of the survivors of the Japanese occupation.
We shared an audio guide (it's free to enter so had no problem with paying for the audioguide). It provides a lot of extra information and contect for each display. Without the audio guide you would still have plenty of information to take in. Noticed there is also a research/library section near the gift shop with even more information/articles/books. Taxi... More
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