Revealing clothing, shorts, short skirts, low cute tops, and tank tops are inappropriate attire. (For men and children, shorts are acceptable).
Shoes must be removed before entering any halls. (Sandals or flip flops are acceptable to wear to the temple but must be removed before entering the halls).
Standing or going too close to the shrine is refrained. If you must go near the shrine, lowering oneself before the Buddha is an act of respect.
Do not sit with the legs outstretched, as this is a sign of disrespect. If you feel the need to stretch your legs, refrain from pointing your feet directly at the shrine or the monks.
It is respectful to sit firmly on heels, kneel, sit with your feet folded to one side (mermaid style) or cross-legged (semi-lotus style). If that is difficult because of physical problem, it is permissible to sit in a chair in the back of the room.
Women are refrained from being close or touch the monks.
Men are refrained from being close or touch the nuns.
Cell phone must be mute or turned off while inside.