- The Sathorn Unique skyscraper in Bangkok, Thailand, has been abandoned since construction came to a halt after the Asian financial crisis in 1997.
- It has become a popular destination for urban explorers and tourists, even though entering the building is illegal and dangerous.
- Much of the structure is crumbling and full of debris, but the roof provides impressive views of Bangkok.
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The Sathorn Unique building in Bangkok, Thailand, was supposed to be a luxury condominium.
Instead, it became an eerie, abandoned skyscraper known as the “Ghost Tower,” drawing urban explorers from around the world.
The building is surrounded by a fence with signs warning that trespassers will be prosecuted, but that hasn’t stopped people whose curiosity gets the better of them.
Take a look inside the 49-story abandoned building in the middle of Bangkok.