Thailand Temples are emblematic of the affection of the Thai population to the religion. Over 90% of the Thai inhabitants are devoted to Theravada Buddhism. On the Thai soil there are over 40.000 Buddhist temples, of which over 30.000 are still in use today. Thai people make use of the Buddhist Thailand Temples as a place of aggregation (not differently from the Western use of the churches), where to pray to Buddha for health or good luck, but also to ask the monks advice about the things of everyday life. Tourists also love to visit Thailand Temples because of their magnificent and impressive structures. Nonetheless it is always worthy to keep in mind that they are first of all a place of devotion: it is required to dress properly (no vests, or short shorts are allowed) and to behave respectfully. I had the opportunity to wander around many different Thailand temples, both recent and ancient. If you are interested in discover this religious, and social, side of the Land of the Smile, I would suggest you to visit at least 3 different cities of the country.