Happy Chinese New Year!
I went to Kuan Yin Temple in Klang few days back. This temple is usually very pack but because it was dinner time, we had no problem finding parking (wohoo). We arrived to the sound of the monks praying, their voices heard through the loudspeakers. It was also a very windy evening. Everyone had difficult time lighting the candles (what a challenge!) and then in the end the wind blew them off (all of it… haha).
Let’s check out some of the Chinese New Year decoration in Kuan Yin Temple, Klang.
Large lantern at the entrance to the main temple.
A beautiful bonsai plant wrapped in gold cloth.
Looks like a pot of gold! Haha
New Year in the air.
Lanterns and fire crackers decorations.
Dyed chrysanthemums. I don’t fancy the blue ones.
My favorite: The Red Door
Dyed pussy willow.
Very funky. I like it!
Dragon pillar. The setting sun as the dragon eye. Hehe
Hope you enjoy this series.
Coming soon: One more temple post.
So fast the CNY week is over! I like the lanterns and the red door! : )
Yeah. Next come Valentine’s Day.
Red door is very nice. Love the bonsai and mum plants too. Can’t believe how fast time is flying by!!
Just like that January is ending. Sigh. Haha
I heard people said this Kuan Yin Temple at Klang very famous one. Alot of people go there for praying~
I like the bonsai plant wrapped in gold cloth le.. Very nice~ Money money come~
This temple is really famous. It has 120 years of history. On chor yat and sap mm many devotees will throng this temple.