22/09/2011 17:06 | By Suzanne King, contributor, MSN Travel
World’s weirdest roadside attractions

Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden, Thailand

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Roughly halfway between Bangkok and Pattaya, and in complete contrast to the tranquillity of a traditional Thai Buddhist monastery, Wang Saen Suk is the ultimate in ghastly theme parks (the "Welcome to Hell" sign at the entrance is a dead giveaway). Designed to warn of the consequences of building up too much bad karma, it's a grotesquely sculpted ABC of the gruesome tortures in store for wrongdoers who don't mend their ways pretty sharpish. Boiled in oil? Sawn in two? Disembowelled by birds? That's not the half of it. Be warned...

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