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A Chinese shrine that has two parts, one on each side of the Chai mongkon street. The south side area is also called called San Jao La-Ko.During the 9 day long Thetsagan Jae Chinese vegetarian festival, the street section between the shrines is full of vegetarian (and non vegetarian) food stalls, and in the evenings people can eat food cooked by families of the Chinese community at the shrine. No fee, but a donation in the box can help cover the costs.
Once in while they take an old film projector out to the yard and show old Thai and Chinese movies.