Bottle Temple

The temple, which sits in Thailand’s Sisaket province, roughly 370 miles northeast of Bangkok is made of more than a million recycled glass bottles. True to its nickname, “Wat Lan Kuad” or “Temple of Million Bottles” features glass bottles throughout the premises of the temple, including the crematorium, surrounding shelters, and toilets. There’s an estimated 1.5 million recycled bottles built into the temple. The bottle-collection-turned-building started in 1984.