Beautifully presented war graves in honour of those POW's who sacrificed their lives at the hand of an unforgiving enemy. A lasting memory for all. Lest We Forget
About Kanchanaburi War Cemetery
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A must to see although very sad. We walked around the cemetry and had a look at the ages of the men who lost their lives. Surprisingly, a lot were older than I though. This is across the road from the museum so make sure...More
Every Australian, British and Dutch person should visit there. The Burma Railway, also known as the Death Railway, the Burma–Siam Railway, the Thailand–Burma Railway and similar names, was a 415-kilometre (258 mi) railway between Ban Pong, Thailand, and Thanbyuzayat, Burma, built by the Empire of...More
This is an emotion-provoking site, particularly for Antipodeans, many of whose compatriots are buried here. However, the educational part is learning how many people from how many different nations are actually buried here. It is a veritable United Nations of shared martyrdom. The gravesites are...More
This was one of the highlights of our visit. Very sad to see such loss and suffering but heartening that the cemetery is so well manicured and maintained to their memory.
Immaculately maintained, befitting of the very reason why it exists. So many sacrifices made, Such a beautiful place.
I recently visited the war cemetery with my father as a relative of ours died in the POW camp building the death railway and is buried here. The cemetery is kept to a high standard, we asked for assistance locating the grave and the gardener...More
Beautiful cemetery that is immaculately maintained. A very moving tribute to those who lost their lives in such horrible circumstances.