A Brush With Death
If you've had your fill of gilded temples and air-conditioned malls and are looking for something altogether creepier, this museum fits the bill. Nicknamed the “Museum of Death,” the attraction takes its cues from the darker side of Bangkok
. Appendages, murder weapons, and crime-scene evidence are all on display at the museum, which is dedicated to anatomy pathology and forensic science. The centerpiece is the preserved body of Si Ouey, a serial killer who murdered, then ate, more than 30 children in the 1950s before being executed.