The Churning of the Ocean of Milk sculptures installed at Suvarnabhumi International Airport hallway after the Immigration checkpoint.
As depicted in the famous bas-relief scene in Angkor Wat, it shows the god Vishnu and his reincarnation of a giant turtle serving as pivot point as the serpent Vasuki (Naga) coils around Mt. Mandala on it. The asuras (demons) hold the head of the serpent while the vedas (gods) hold the tail. They turn and churn the vast ocean to extract the elixir of immortality called "amrita". Hindu cosmology also tells that the apsaras (heavenly nymphs) dance above in encouragement.