Thursday, February 11, 2010

Lanterns in Thean Hou Temple

Chinese New Year is coming. As in previous years, Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur has been decorated with hundreds of red lanterns…


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I will return to my hometown in the next couple of days. I won’t have Internet access while I am away. How can I survive without the Web

27 comments:

  1. I think I'm gonna die too without Internet. A modern disease indeed.

    Nice pics there!

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  2. 嗨!今天留言不对主题。
    特地来跑过来给网主与网友拜个早年,祝你们万事如意,身体健康。
    忘掉不好的事,积极过活,能够活着已经是福气,一起加油吧^-^

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  3. every year also the same one....:P
    gong xi fa cai!
    all the best to u ya ~

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  4. This remind me of Penang's Kek Lok Si.
    And YAY~ I have internet connection @ my penang home :D

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  5. You will survive ;-)

    I wish I were in China, the celebrations must be awesome... I'd love to take pictures there!

    祝你新年快乐!

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  6. can't wait to see the photos of Kek Lok See that u gonna to take.

    not really can survive but shd spend times with realatives lah instead of net. :p

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  7. Happy Chinese New Year KhengSiong! Nice pics of the tanglung at Thean Hou, even though I haven't been there before... :)

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  8. Without the Internet, you should try to catch up on sleep. ^_^

    That's ALOT of lanterns.

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  9. i went there...that place very nice...a lot of tanglung there...happy c.n.y

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  10. red lanterns are everywhere. happy cny! :)

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  11. Wow...so many lanterns. :) Well, you can survive without the web bro.

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  12. kyh
    Haha... you're addicted to Net.

    Yoga Tramp
    Happy new year!

    迷迭香
    I haven't been to Thean Hou Temple for years, so this time I take my time to take some pictures.

    Noel
    Hope to go Kek Lok Si during CNY ^^

    Zhu
    Now that you mention it, perhaps I should go there next year ^^

    kikey
    Yeah, will spend some times with my relatives.

    witch
    You can pay the temple a visit if you're free.

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  13. shingo
    CNY is not a time to sleep well. Too many visitors -_-"

    stacey, Mei Ting
    Happy CNY ^^

    tekkaus
    Haha... hopefully I can survive...

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  14. enjoy ur new year without internet..happy chinese new year!!

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  15. christine
    Kong Hei Fatt Choy!

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  16. wah! All red,very 'Ong'

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  17. wow... love the tanglung....

    Wish u happy CNY!

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  18. 新年快乐,万事如意,身体健康!

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  19. The lanterns are awesome. A great capture, Khengsiong. Happy Chinese New Year!

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  20. I go today...
    Happy Chinese New Year o

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  21. i have not been to 天后宮 for more than 10 years, but i think their decorations is almost the same every year right??

    i'm in KL, and streamyx has been down since CNY eve, i can't hook online!! so frustrating!!!

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  22. You survived! Haha!

    Have yet to go to Thean Hou Temple! Was it nice? Is it worth going there to take photos?

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  23. foongpc
    If you haven't been there, it's worth a visit.

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  24. ..and you did survive without the web. haha..

    Nice pictures esp the first one. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. hi there... i went to thean hou too.. the lanters were really pretty i thought. so i guess u survived and u're back to the internet world!

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  26. Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur has been decorated like a bride with hundreds of red lanterns and for the Chinese New Year occasions and is looking so beautiful and fabulous.

    I recommend the readers to visit The Shenandoah Valley of Luray, VA. It has one of the most romantic and finest accommodations in Eastern US.

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