Some are big and grand
some are small, local ones
and some are tiny shrines to protect, say, the rice paddies.
Most feature statuary of some kind
and there's a festival of some sort every three minutes. While we were there the festival of metal took place and all the motorbikes and cars (which usually have a daily offering on their dashboards anyway) were highly decorated.
There are offerings everywhere - in front of every house, shop and building, all over the footpaths, tucked into alcoves, on ledges, you name it.
One can purchase flowers and petals at the market to make one's own offerings
or you can buy them already constructed.
The tall bamboo decorations placed outside temples and some houses, called penjors, are prepared for major festival days.
Clearly it's all too much for some.