During the day-trips we have visited some temples.
One of these, Sala Kaew Ku, sometimes named Wat Khaek, is very special.
Maybe for Thai people it is not a real temple.
Sala Kaew Ku is founded in 1978, by someone, who united Buddhist and Brahman ideas.
If you read more than one travel guide, or if you talk with some people,
everybody tells a different story about the founder.
Sala Kaew Ku is strange, very strange. You often see gigantic statues in Thailand, but here they are different, a very different style. A litte threatening, unreal, not beautiful, but still …. Maybe it looks a bit like the paintings of Jeroen Bosch.
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