- In a Thai Buddhist monastery there are often some Buddhist flags.
- In a Thai Buddhist monastery there is often a Dharma wheel ("THAMACHAKA" - ธรรมจักร).
People in the old days built wooden Buddha images. It was commonly believed that building a replica of Buddha was a way to support Buddhism. The builder would also gain merit. Some believed that building a wooden Buddha image would bring them good luck, good health and prosperity. There is also a belief that a newly built Buddha image can help lengthen the lifespan of the sick or people whose luck is falling under a bad sign or influence.
Nowadays a new, stronger and more modern style of Buddha image can be cast so these ancient carved images are replaced and moved out from the temple hall. They are placed outside the temple walls or under big trees, at the mercy of the weather.
- In a Thai Buddhist monastery there is often some sacred shrine.
The most famous Buddha sacred footprint in Thailand is located in Wat Phra Phuthabat in Saraburi.
- In a Thai Buddhist monastery there is often a bric-a-brac.
Some people even donated 35mm and 16mm films to Thai Buddhist temples. Some old Thai movies were rescued as Buddhist temples always keep and store donations.