As impressive as it is from the outside, it's the inside that is truly spectacular. A gigantic wooden temple that after 20 yrs is still under construction. You will be required to wear a hard hat when inside. A tip to the ladies, be sure to dress discreetly, with no short shorts or bare shoulders, or you will be required to buy/ rent a sarong.
The entire facade both inside and out is covered with intricate carving .
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