The sculptures were so detailed and beautiful.
The kids there were so cute, I had to get a picture of at least one.
We actually saw some monk walking around this area. These are sacred to them and they ask you don't take cameras inside so we could only get pictures from the outside in.
These are lit all the time. There are incense shops everywhere and people buy them and light them and stand in front of a building and do a bowing sequence in all four directions with the incense.
No picture could ever do this justice. Massive and impressive.
This building was in the shape of a backwards swastika, which means good, and all the things Buddhism stand for. We were told there are actually two reasons the swastika is called the crooked cross. Because is a backwards sign of their symbol and of course a bent cross. Their were 500 hundred different monk sculptures in there.