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Year Of Rooster 2017 @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang


Happy Chinese kok kok kok New Year!

I’m not too late in wishing you all, right? Fact is I didn’t have CNY mood a week ago. But today, I’m super excited. Maybe because we’re celebrating Jade Emperor’s birthday midnight tonight and I will get to eat tonnes of angku kueh. Hehe

I visited the century old Kuan Yin temple in Klang today. Here are some photos which I took at the temple:

Incense Sticks @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
Incense sticks or joss sticks. When you have extra stick(s), put it here. I never understand why the temple never provide the exact number of sticks. There’s always extra one or two. Hmm…

Koi Fishes @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
Lots of Koi at the temple’s pond.

Lotus Candles @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
Lotus candles.

Titty Fruits & Jasmine Flower Plant @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
Tiffy fruits (also known as nipplefruit or cow’s udder) and jasmine plant. The jasmine flowers smell wonderful.

Fire Pit @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
When you’re done with praying (joss sticks), burn the kim (joss paper) at the fire pit.

Rooster Figurines for Year of Rooster @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
The temple’s center court were decorated with these rooster figurines. They look so real, right? Reminds me of the time when my grandma rear chicken and baby chicks at the back of our house.

Rooster Figurines for Year of Rooster @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
Baby chicks and gold eggs!

Rooster Figurines for Year of Rooster @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
More gold eggs.

Rooster Figurines for Year of Rooster @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
The eggs sure are large. They’re actually stone. Haha

Rooster Figurines for Year of Rooster @ Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
So cute!

Here’s to a happier and healthier year for everyone!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Dawn February 7, 2017 at 3:24 am

    Gong Xi Fa Cai to you too!

    • Reply Che-Cheh February 7, 2017 at 12:20 pm

      Dawn, Gong Xi Fa Cai to you! πŸ™‚

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