With it’s riverside location and dramatically soaring tower, Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) is likely the most striking temple in all of Bangkok. Yet up close, it’s even more engaging. From a distance, the surface of the temple looks as though it were painted in a delicate set of watercolors. But on close inspection, it’s revealed to be made of a mosaic of broken tiles. Some of the most unusual pieces were taken from cracked dishes: many still bear their floral china designs.