Talat Khlong Ong Ang
Saan Jao Phitsanu
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Corrections Museum information
Lonely Planet review
On the far side of the Rommaninat Park is the Corrections Museum , a rehabilitated colonial building covering the park’s former career as a prison in the early 1900s. Most displays are in Thai but the maintenance staff and other hangers-on turn the tour into a social event, giggling at the gruesome displays of torture used in the good old days.