The World's Most Incredible Temples

Wat Phra Kaew,Thailand:
Located within the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand, Wat Phra Kaew is home to the country’s most holy statue, the Emerald Buddha.

Wat Rong Khun, Thailand:
It was completely restored by a talented Thai artist to honour King Rama IX. The artist chose the colour white to represent the purity of Buddhism. 

Borobudur, Indonesia:
Located on the island of Java, Indonesia, Borobudur temple is a testament to the amazing artistic and architectural knowledge of the Indonesian people.

Temple of Heaven, China:
The Temple of Heaven is renowned as one of the largest Taoist temple complexes. Located in Beijing

Taungkalat, Myanmar:
The temple is perched on the summit of Mount Popa, an ancient extinct volcano. Before starting your ascent, you can see statues representing the 37 nats.

Harmandir Sahib, India:
The monument sits in the middle of a holy pool, and the upper parts of the monument are overlaid with gold foil. 

Tōdai-ji, Japan:
The gem of Nara, Japan, Tōdai-ji Temple is the largest wood construction in the world, a feat that earned it a spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Taktsang Monastery, Bhutan:
Perched at over 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level, the Buddhist monastery Taktsang overhangs the village of Paro, Bhutan.

Bagan temples, Myanmar:
The Bagan plains are home to not one but thousands of temples scattered majestically across the city of Bagan, Myanmar. 

Abu Simbel, Egypt:
Built by Ramses II, the two Abu Simbel temples are as famous as their rescue by means of an international appeal from UNESCO in the 1960s. 

Angkor Wat, Cambodia:
An iconic monument of Cambodia and one of the principle archeological sites in South-East Asia, Angkor Wat is one of the architectural vestiges of the Khmer Empire.

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