At first glance, the tangle of disco-bright neon lights hanging on a white wall in front of me would not look out of place in a modern art gallery or urban fashion boutique.

Then I take a closer look at the rainbow-colored words it depicts in trendy typographies and I spot "unko" in Japanese, "tahi" in Malay, "bajs" in Swedish — and finally, the same word in English: "poop."

The neon installation is one of a string of attractions, games and artworks on display at the world's first Unko Museum. Yes, it really is a museum devoted to the universal joys of all things poo-related.