Chedis inside Wat Pho, Bangkok. The smaller ones contain ashes of the royal family, while the larger ones in the back contain relics of Buddha.
Prayer service inside Wat Pho, Bangkok.
View of Phra Mondop, the library at Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok.
Closer view of Phra Mondop, the library at Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok.
Beautifully detailed floor-to-ceiling murals can be found all around the Grand Palace in Bangkok.
Decorations on the Ubosoth (ordination hall) at Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok.
Decorative doors on the grounds of the Grand Palace, Bangkok.
Entrance gate to the Ubosoth (ordination hall) at Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok.
Baan Dam, or the Black House, is a direct contrast to Wat Rong Khun.
Inside the houses you'll find symbols of darkness and death—skulls, animal skins, bones.
Wat Rong Khun, Chiang Rai.
Wat Rong Khun, more commonly known as White Temple, is a privately owned art exhibit in the style of a traditional Buddhist Temple. From the outside it is a symbol of rebirth and heaven, while inside the walls are covered with Buddhist paintings and cartoon characters. Chiang Rai.
Ancient ruins at the old capitol city of Thailand, Ayutthaya.
A Buddha head that was abandoned after the Burmese invaded the old Thai capital in 1767, now wrapped in the roots of a tree. Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya.
Ancient ruins at the old capital city of Thailand, Ayutthaya.
Final sunset at Karon Beach, Phuket.
A literal take on pineapple fried rice, Karon Beach, Phuket.
Rhododendron tree in the Cloud Forest of Chiang Mai.
View from Don Inthanon, or cloud forest in Chiang Mai.
Fresh Arabica coffee beans produced by Karen Hill tribe village.