Tsunami Photo Museum reviews
One cannot miss this if one wants to understand and feel the tragedy of tsunami. Photos, handwritten comments and descriptions make unimaginable impression. It is really hard to read and watch some... more »
A small museum - well actually two places right next to each other - but which absolutely packs a punch. Done by survivors, it is a very personal space and the photos so not soft soap anything... more »
A privately owned museum. They don't inform that the entrance fee is 500 rupees until you reach the second room of the museum and feel obliged to pay. Prefer the two other ones that are s bit further down the road and use donations for charity.
Really good but sad experience. The people of the museum explain everything very well and are very kind. The pictures are sad and sometimes disturbing but it was reality. Great museum!
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