the bridge we had to walk across to take a look inside. the hands you can see is what the artist describes as the “pit of hell”.Our visit to the White Temple was a wow moment for me.. It definitely wasn’t like any of the other temples we’ve been too.. For starters it’s all white and then also covered with mirrored tiles, the outside anyway. when you walk into the room there is a large Bhudda sitting in front and then when you turn around to come back out there is a mural of the artists impression and expression of certain world events. Personally I found it to be very very interesting to say the least. I guess that’s the beauty of being an artist – you can express yourself. And I guess if you are financing the whole project with your own money then you can do and say what you want to.
And then here below are the public toilets – the Thais like to refer to them as the most expensive restrooms in Thailand.