An elegant seaside religious construction made entirely out of hand-carved sculptures. The world’s largest and most impressive wood carving structure towers over 105 meters high, adjoined by ancient wood-joining techniques such as tongue and groove (wedge), butt joint, dovetails, and sapped spur without the use of nails. The structure is the culmination of multiple architectural and artistic styles, drawing influence from Dravidian, Angkorean, Chinese, Mon Dvaravati, Srivijayan, and Thai from Ayutthaya period.