When you go into a temple in Thailand, there are two non-negotiable rules:
1. Take off your shoes.
2. Dress properly.
For the tourists that are not dressed appropriately, garments are provided.
There’s an attendant that waves down the folks that have unacceptable expanses of bare skin in evidence, and provides them with a less-than-fashionable, already-worn-by-someone-else, robe that will sufficiently cover their naked limbs.
I’d like to take this opportunity to tell the tourists of the world to heed the mandate of the sacred temples, not just in Bangkok, but everywhere.
Please. Dress. Properly.