As a visitor to Thailand for the first time; the experiences, food, people, religion and culture can be a little overwhelming and resemble a wonderland of mystical adventure. Orange-robed monks are seen early each morning receiving their offerings from local people in the communities that surround their temples: the monks are keepers of animals and the centre of the religion that is observed by over 95% of the population. Thāmbūn, alms, the adornment of temples, blessings, offerings, incense and spirit houses – what does it all mean?

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