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Shoe/sock étiquette for temple viewing

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When viewing temples, I know you have to remove your shoes….but do you also have to remove socks? And, are you allowed to carry your shoes in a bag or do you HAVE to leave them outside. Sounds questionable that they'll be there when you're done.

And, if you have to remove socks, that makes me very nervous about picking up stuff from the floor, not to mention burning your feet (like in Yangon when it should be about 100 degrees) I'm wondering if there's some type of spray product that could provide a temporary seal on you feet….like if you had a burn or something.

Any ideas?

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