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"Hong Kong's Largest Thai Temple"

Set back from the road, this Thai temple is no more than a short walk east from the Che Kung Temple. The rather unpromising entrance leads visitors past stalls selling all the paraphernalia required for worshipping in the main temple hall just above. More intriguing though is the four-face Buddha, set under a glittering pagoda-like structure. Scarves, tied to nearby railings and fence posts, are left as gifts by worshippers hoping for an answer to their prayers.
Che Kung Miu Road, Tai Wai, Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, PRC
"Hong Kong's Largest Thai Temple"
Set back from the road, this Thai temple is no more than a short walk east from the Che Kung Temple. The rather unpromising entrance leads visitors past stalls selling all the paraphernalia required for worshipping in the main temple hall just above. More intriguing though is the four-face Buddha, set under a glittering pagoda-like structure. Scarves, tied to nearby railings and fence posts, are left as gifts by worshippers hoping for an answer to their prayers.
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