MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 2020–It’s the perfect time to visit a Buddhist temple in Thailand, as the country gears up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its independence. 

Buddhist temples have been on the tourist trail for more than three decades, and many have opened their doors to the public, offering a new and varied perspective on Buddhist culture. 

But the country’s biggest tourist attraction, the Bamiyan Buddhas in Bangkok, are currently closed for renovation. 

“They are being renovated to make it a more welcoming experience,” said Sam Thiam, director of the Thai Buddhist Association in Bangkok. 

Thailand is now in the middle of an overhaul of its capital city, the capital city of Thailand, and the Bali Buddhas, which are Thailand’s largest, are one of the few temples left. 

There is also an open house, which is expected to begin next week. 

The Bamiya temples, which include the most famous in the world, the Da Vinci Monastery in Bali, and other temples in the country, are among the most visited tourist attractions in the Southeast Asian nation, said Thiam. 

With a population of 1.2 billion, Thailand has more than 70 million people. 

A new temple will be built in the Bambang district of Bali’s southernmost province, Somsak, which lies at the mouth of the Mekong River. 

Construction will start on the temple in 2018, said a spokesperson for the Bantang National Museum, which oversees the restoration. 

This temple is the first of its kind in the region, said the spokesperson. 

Somsak is a densely populated, heavily Buddhist region, and there are about 4,000 Buddhists in Somsac. 

In the past, the temple was the only temple in the city that was open to the general public. 

Now, the majority of visitors to the temples are Buddhists, said Sam. 

It is the second time in two years that Bambangs Buddhist temple has been closed for renovations. 

During the construction of the Bamaik temples in Bangkok in 2000, a number of people, including former Thai President Thaksin Shinawatra, were detained, and a few days later a large fire broke out. 

An investigation found that the fires were caused by poor fire safety standards, but Thaksins family refused to resign. 

Since then, several of the temples have reopened to the outside world, said Tham Nongkorn, who runs the B.N.M.M., a non-profit that promotes Buddhism and Buddhist culture in Thailand. 

He hopes that by opening up, the public will be more accepting of the ancient temples. 

TOURISM IN THAILAND Thais have long been attracted to Buddhism because of its cultural and historical value. 

From the ancient Buddhist scriptures to the new Buddhist monasteries, the country has a rich history of Buddhism. 

One of the most important and popular temples in Thailand is the Banao Temple in Phuket. 

Its complex layout includes four temples, including the famous Bamiyas Buddha temple. 

As a tourist attraction in Phuoc Phraya, Thailand, the Banao temple attracts thousands of tourists every year. 

After spending time at Banaos temple, some visitors return to the city, with some even staying overnight. 

Most of these tourists come from mainland Thailand, but the Baidu Internet search engine has a large number of Chinese tourists. 

Another famous temple in Phanataporn, Thailand is still open to visitors, but has closed to the media due to a fire. 

At the other end of the spectrum, there are the Bajrang Pong temple in Mandalay, in Mandaluyong province, which was built by the Bactrian emperor Suharto in the 1950s. 

Although not technically a Buddhist shrine, the temples complex is one of its oldest and most well-known. 

Mandalay is also home to the Bataan Memorial, a monument dedicated to the fallen Bataans. 

While not a Buddhist landmark, the memorial is often a favorite destination for Buddhists. 

According to Thiam Thiams, the biggest tourist attractions are the Buddhist temples.

Thiam says that visitors are attracted to the Buddhism by the culture, as well as the history and the temples, and that this attracts many tourists.

“There is a certain feeling in the heart that one should visit the temples,” said Tham. 

For Thiam and Sam, there is another factor that attracts many visitors.

The Banaobas Buddha Temple, which has been open since 1972, is also a popular tourist attraction. 

Sam said the Banes Buddha temple is also very popular, especially in Bamiyon, a village located about two hours away from Bamiyo.

There are many tours offered to visitors