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Nothing more than 2 rooms with a TV in showing a video that you would find on you tube or played on normal TV. And charged 200 bhat for the privilege. You don't see anything you wouldnt of already seen. I found it rather disgusting...More
While we all enjoy the beauty of Khao Lak the museum is an important reminder of what the locals suffered after the tsunami. Museum includes video stories of victims, eye witness stories of the chaos after the event and the many volunteers that came from...More
This place is opposite the Bang Nieng Market. The monuments and the boat don’t seem like being looked after and the office near the boat was closed the day we were there.
However, there are at least 2 sites within the same area, one of...More
This was on the top of my To Do List and I am very pleased I visited. It is simply provided in the Thai way. You can see as much or as little as you want to. It reminded us of the devastation and loss...More
A good selection of videos both of the disaster and the identification mission post tsunami. I would like to have watched them all but my little boy didnt have the patience. The boat outside was surrounded by construction work so couldnt get near. 300bht entry...More
The memorial is still under construction however definitely worth a visit. Very moving and so sad looking at all the photos. Thanks to William of Khao Lak private tours for taking us there and also to coconut beach.
Very interesting but could have had more substance. Has mostly photos and videos. Beware of the small store trying to get in on the action just prior to getting to the museum...they are after your money.