Most of the temples in Thailand are golden and luminous, and there is a magnificent temple in the northern city of Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai. The white temple is set off against the blue sky and white clouds, as if it were not human. This stunning religious building is the great work of the famous Thai architect and artist Mr Chalermchai. This modern-style Buddha temple is decorated with fragments of mirrors, and the mountain-shaped window is decorated with Nagas (the god of the multi-headed snake and the world of the Nether) and elephants and umbrellas. Inside there is a huge Buddha statue mural painted by Khositphiphat. These buildings, with sculptures, interpret the meaning of Buddhism, the essence of Buddhism, and the wisdom of Buddhism. In addition to Buddhism, I also saw the shadows and characters of other religions, showing the tolerance and broadness of Buddhism. And it is worth mentioning that even the toilets are built with a very religious atmosphere.