This seemingly charming pagoda is located in the middle of the village of Kompong Khleang in rural Cambodia. The ornately carved roof tiles and spires glistened in the sun as we climbed the cracked stone steps leading up to the front entrance, which is brightly painted with depictions of Heaven and disturbing and horrible images of Hell.
Take particular notice of the naked women climbing wickedly barbed trees and the large tub of boiling water, which contains the severed heads of sinners and bodies of men being boiled alive.
We were told this mural warns of the dangers of living promiscuous lives.
A gruesome reminder indeed.