- This beautiful park was used to house prisoners before it was transformed into a public area. Within the premises is a building constructed during the reign of King Rama V, which now serves as a penal museum and shop for selling products made by inmates. The museum includes a fascinating but gruesome display of torture and execution techniques used over the years. The open space inside has been converted into a garden and a recreational ground where children can come and play. Admission is free to the museum.
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