Apr
1
2010

Si Na Tok Chinese temple

After our Rabbit Fun Land outing last Sunday, we took another 15-minute drive into Broga town. After driving through more rubber and oil palm, we found Si Na Tok Chinese temple.
One of the WONDERS of the temple…

Si Na Tok Chinese temple is well-known amongst punters. Punters would go there to ask for numbers. We are no punters so we did not get any number. As soon as we stepped foot at the temple’s vicinity, we are greeted with the sound of shuffling of sticks. “Ciak, ciak, ciak, ciak…” We were told that the sticks that dropped out would be the numbers given. Oh I see….
This is the road leading TO the temple. Lush greeneries all over.
I’m sorry but this picture doesn’t do the temple justice. It is actually much larger. This is just part of it…
We saw people washing coins from the running water. Must be those punters. Ethan insisted to wet his hands there…
One part of the temple…
Nice shady area
Old man fishing..
Reflexology path
Just nice
Beautiful isn’t it? Everything is so nicely done
The breath-taking scenery from the top
What’s this? Anyway, it’s on the lookout…
Of all the chinese zodiac animals, I only captured this TIGER as it IS the year of the Hari Hari Mau…
Must give special applause again for William’s favourite item in the temple. I wonder why?

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    Why he likes the two? Symbolic…reminds him of something? Hehehehehe!!! I'm not into temples, prefer old churches with stained glass windows…

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    the last picture must have reminded William some thing! hehehe… My family used to go Broga hill during CNY to offer prayers, but recently, just too lazy to go there on such a hot weather..

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    I have been here before when I was in standard 4 (10 years old) :p

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    My dad came here a few times for the numbers lah..LOL. *malunya* So, he is a punter lah. I don't even know that term. -__-

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    Ooo…saw this Chinese Temple at Alice Phua's blog last year.So after that got go cari makan or not :p

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    Nice place, never go there before .

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    aiya… after read twice… i still dont know where and how i can go there. p/s: less information :) dont angry ar…

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    Should be a nice place with so much greens should go one day. Oh the third last pix is the Monkey God and that's explains how I came to this earth. According to my mama when I asked her how I was born she said Monkey God transformed me from a stone. I believed her coz we had little sex education then so may be the stone is from Jupiter.:P tQ

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    Ohh.. another nicely decorated temple, not into temples though… unless during CNY, hehe! Have a wonderful weekend to you and family!

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    Ha, nice temple. Must try to visit this place during the next school holidays!

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    not bad wor, veri nice ah. since you're there, jes ask for numbers la. i help you beli, menang i give u sikit lor! hahahaha!

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    Nice place to visit.

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    wow. what a nice temple

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    i hv been to this temple 2 yrs ago. it is really a nice temple, and some more not crowded. and i remembered, on our way back, we ate at a nearby restaurant whr they serve baby sharks

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    such a beautiful temple i can say. (: yerr the temple here dnt have Moneky god aye! XD

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    Heard of but never been there. The old man fishing reminds me of some old chinese stories. Just can't recall what is the exact story.

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    hi,i've been looking for temple that hold celebration for the monkey god festival this 23rd september..i'm in nilai,so broga is not very far right..are all buddhist temple will do the monkey god celebration??thanks for your attention.i need help because this is an assignmnet for my world religion subject..please anyone could help me out a little..:)

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