We visited here in June 2014 to find my husband's Uncle's gravesite and found it with the help of the friendly and helpful caretaker who took us straight to the site. We did our research online beforehand to get the correct details.
The cemetery is well maintained and a very peaceful place. There are war graves of many Australians, English, a few Indians, and quite a few Dutch POW's.
We stayed at Family World Motel, which is down the road directly opposite the cemetery, about a 1km walk. This is cabin-style single floor accommodation, and they are registered to take foreign tourists. The room is very basic and clean to local standards, it does have a fridge and TV and they do meals in the restaurant, breakfast is included in the price. The menu was in English. You can get an air conditioned room for 35000K (approx $35USD) or you can get a room with a fan only for 15000K. We took the room with the air-con, but in hindsight should have taken the other as the generator that needs to power the air-con, goes off in the middle of the night anyway.
Staff had very limited English but we got by fine and they were friendly and happy to have us stay there.
Motorbike taxi's are freely available to take you to and from the bus station.
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