The Watercolor Sketch Travelogue Series, continues leaving Thailand going back to Hong Kong. This one was done at the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery in Sha Tin in the New Territories of Hong Kong. The monastery was completed in 1957, but it took an additional 10 years to complete and add the 13,000 Buddha statues on the main temple walls. Incidentally even though the name is 10, 000 Buddhas Monastery, there are 13,000. In Cantonese, 10,000 denotes a large number of something.
This sketch was done at the bottom of the hill and is of a more Thai influenced statue with 4 faces.