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    Wednesday, February 4, 2009

    Dong Zen Temple - Jenjarom (Part I)

    My one and the only family outing during CNY...

    Visited Dong Zen Temple in Jenjarom with my family members, Kyanne's friends and auntie Evyce's family last Saturday. We started our journey around 4pm from my house(as early as possible to avoid jam). It was raining heavily during the journey. We had dinner in one of the seafood restaurants that recommended by Ah Xian- Astro AEC. Not going to blog about the food here, the food so so only, not up to my expectations, and the place is quite dirty. We continued our journey after dinner.

    Reached Dong Zen Temple around 7.30pm. A good time to snap photos...




    Papa snapped this photo when my auntie and cousins were not ready.




    Wishing tree...


    Wishing cards are being sold. RM10 each... (expensive wish huh?)


    The trees look like trees with fireflies in Kuala Selangor.


    Nice calligraphy on lantern...











    17 comments:

    Jen ® said...

    jenjarom coi lai?

    Borneo Falcon said...

    Splendid work with the lights there. Looks really nice

    jezalmy said...

    I been Dong Zen Temple few times but since last year had stop visit this temple as always pack of people and ofcourse the horrible jam there. Anyway is a nice place to take photo also.

    FAMILY FIRST said...

    Ooh I've been there .. maybe abt 3-4 yrs ago .. the first few years they became "famous" for the CNY deco. Poor Thien Hou Temple ..nobody wanna visit it already.

    Calvin Soo KJ said...

    have you put on weight???? cham lor, after reading this comment, you sure go on mati-mati diet...hehehehe.

    Josephine said...

    Jen: coi banting...

    Borneo Falcon: ya...

    jezalmy: very jam!!! reach home at 12 mid nite

    family first: Got geh, couples still go to Tian Hou Temple to register...

    Calvin Soo: lei fong sam, this 2 weeks I will be staying in SG only. Staying in SG means no good food. No good food means can slim down, :P

    Lisalicious said...

    hey Josephine or Jacqueline or Stephanie (hahahahha)

    your blog is still aright lah, no worries.....

    your photo qualities are good :)

    a@ron said...

    I went to there as well. But don't really find it any attractive.

    Cherish Tulips said...

    I loved how you manage to snap those fairy lights!Very pretty!

    eugene said...

    THIS IS SURE BETTER THAN KEK LOK SI IN PENANG. I BET

    cleffairy said...

    Wow, beautiful scenery, and the lil boy is so cute too, Jo. =D Oh, yeah, i'm back from a bullish holidae... LOL.

    foongpc said...

    I've been to this temple before. Don't really like it - maybe too many people and too far away. LOL! I think Thean Hou Temple in KL is better, esp for photography : )

    Josephine said...

    Lisa: Thank god. Hak sei ngo lah...

    a@ron: Maybe too crowded.

    Cherish Tulips: Thanks...

    Eugene: But, i prefer Kek Lok Si

    cleffairy: Ya, his eyes are big... the only thing is, he is BOTAK. not much hair yet.... lol

    foongpc: Thean Hou Temple is so near, and it is there 365 days. We can go any time, but this one is different, in fact the lights up is once a year nia...

    Kellaw said...

    jojo i want the ppictures of the temple...

    June June said...

    nice photo shots....thumbs up for u. winks*

    renaye said...

    the shower cap slipper is a very good idea! but do u feel slippery?

    Shingo T said...

    Very bright and colourful places.

    I'm mostly homebound, should go see the world someday.