A very small Chinese shrine (San jao). Before sunset, people from the neighborhood come to practice Tai chi in front of it (it’s free).
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Loi Krathong is held on the full moon night of the twelfth lunar month, which usually falls on some day in November. The floating (loi) of a ‘Krathong’ – a banana-leaf cup – is intended to float away ill fortune as well as to express apologies to Khongkha or Ganga, the River Goddess.
A very large and incredibly beautiful Chinese shrine (San jao) where the town celebrates the Chinese new year and other events of the Thai-Chinese community.
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 becomes a market
The Wat has a very lovely garden, where the locals like to take walks in the afternoon, when the weather gets cooler. One of the nice things you can do there is buy a package of fish-junk food and go to the pond to feed the large catfish, carp and water turtles who live there. [...]