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|02-02-2007, 02:01 PM||#1 (permalink)|
R.I.P "The Dog"
Ban Chang - San Jao Laung Tai Chinese Temple
Ban Chang - San Jao Laung Tai Chinese Temple is in one of the side streets of Ban Chang, as I go past it everyday I thought I would take some pictures of it so you don't waste your time going, this Temple would probably win awards for the least amount of visitors ever, I have been past it at least 30 times and have never seen anyone in there.
A close up picture of the Shrine.
The place to burn your monopoly money in a delicate shade of red and yellow.
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