Million Bottle Temple Detail Detail of one of the walls of Wat Pa Maha Chedio Kaew, more commonly know as "The Million Bottle Temple" or "Wat Lan Kuad" in Thai. This Buddhist temple about 300 miles from Bangkok is decorated with more than a million recycled bottles. By Mark Fischer
Buddhist temple made entirely from recycled glass bottles. Thailand - The Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew temple is about 400 miles northeast of Bangkok in the city of Khun Han close to the Cambodian border. Using Heineken bottles (green) and Chang Beer bottles (brown)
Thai Temple Built From One Million Recycled Bottles
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Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew, Thailand The Buddhist temple in the Thai province of Sisaket is built entirely of glass bottles, mainly after beer, left behind by tourists. The monks began to collect glass back in the eighties of the last century. The collected half a million bottles were enough not only for the construction of the temple, but also for the monastic dwellings and even a few houses for tourists.