Worship at 9 shrines - vegetarian food trip @ J Festival

Start Date : 16 September 2016 End Date : 16 October 2016


 

J Festival 2016

Worship at 9 shrines - vegetarian food trip @ J Festival

 

Vegetarian Festival Or vegetarianism Some called or Vegetarian Festival A total of nine days Taoist tradition lunar day is defined starting from the first words to the ninth lunar month, 9. According to the Chinese calendar, each year, including 9 days 9 nights on the 11th or October of Thailand. For the year 2016 began on 1 - 9 October 2016.
 

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    Eat vegetarian food and worship-fulfill your mind in Bangkok

 

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Dragon Temple Kammalawat
(Charoen Krung Road)


Dragon Temple Kammalawat or Wat Leng Noei Yi, is a temple in administration of the Mahayana hierarchy of Chinese lineage in Thailand...

 

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The Shrine of Quan Yin
(Thian Fah Foundation)


The Shrine of Quan Yin, Thian Fah Foundation, is located on Yaowarach Road. Walk pass Odean Circle and look for the shrine on the left. The main statue of...

 

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Tiger God Shrine
(Phra Nakorn) 


Tiger God Shrine, Phra Nakorn or Tiger God Shrine, the Giant Swing is an old shrine on Tanao Road, district of Phra Nakorn, Bangkok. Chinese people...

 

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    Eat vegetarian food,

fulfill your mind and worship at 3 shrines in Samutsakorn

 

The Shrine of Pun Taou Kong
(Mahachai)


The Shrine of Pun Taou Kong, Klong Mahachai, is an ancient shrine aged hundred years. It is the spiritual center of villagers and fishermen here...

 

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The Shrine of Quan Yu
(Ta Chalom)


The Shrine of Quan Yu, Ta Chalom was built over hundred years ago. Previously, it was a small wooden shrine with thatched roof. Currently it has been...

 

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The Shrine of Quan Yin and Thousand Arms (Klong Chak)

The Shrine of Quan Yin and Thousand Arms, Klong Chak, has been established for over 40 years. Previously, it was a small wooden shrine...

 

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  Fulfill your mind in Southern Land,

worship at 3 shrines and eat vegetarian food in Phuket

 

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Am Teng-Gong-Tong
(Am Saengdham)


Am Saengdham is on Phang-nga Road around ancient town area. It is a small and beautiful shrine which was finely designed and decorated in Chinese ...

 

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Am Chui Tui and Am Pud Cho
(Phuket)


They are on Ranong Road.It is located nearby the fresh market. The two shrine is considerd as one shrine because they are located closely and share ...

 

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The Shrine of Tao-Bu-Geng
(Am Bangneow)


It is located on Phuket Road, Talad Yai district. To come here from the Surin Circle in the city, go straight to Saphan Hin and Bangneow intersection then the shrine...

 

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Places to celebrate

The Vegetarian Festival in 2016 runs from the 1st to the 9th of October. The Vegetarian Festival is observed nationwide on a grand scale. The most famous place holding this festival is absolutely Phuket province where the most spectacular event takes place yearly. In other provinces such as Trang, Songkhla (Hat Yai) and Chon Buri (Pattaya), people of the Chinese descendants keep this festivals commonly

 

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       Here are our recommendation to you, Top Place to cook and sell “J Food” all year ..
Let’s taste how tasty they are
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