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Temple Dress Code for Children in Thailand?

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We are traveling to Bangkok in March with our three children (boys, 12 & 10 and girl, 6). Are expectations for dress while visiting temples the same for children as for adults? Skirts and shirts with sleeves are easy for my daughter, but I am wondering if my sons could wear long khaki shorts? We want to be respectful, but I expect some grumbling from boys forced into long pants in the heat.

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