A beach in Bangkok is a popular place to stay for a crab dip.
But the country’s biggest bathhouse is actually an underwater torture chamber that has been there since the 1960s, the Bangkok Post reported Monday.
The caverns, known as “death pits,” have been a popular spot for the locals to visit for decades, and the area is known for the thrill of plunging into the abyss.
Thailand is a country of over two million people, and many locals have taken to visiting the bathhouses.
“You get a sense of the atmosphere of the place,” a visitor from Thailand told the Post.
Visitors sometimes find the tunnels are blocked by giant worms.
There is a $1,000 reward for anyone who can help bring the bathhouse down.
In 2018, a group of tourists managed to free the water tanks and shut off the pumps, but the facility is still running, with the tunnels still being used.