more photos from CNY Day 1~

Had steamboat for lunch with family. \(●⌒∇⌒●/)

Itadakimasu!

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Mom also cooked tom yam fish super nais~! Omnomnomnomnomnom~~

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me peeling off the shells of the quail eggs~

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Pretty, yummy little scallops (^ᴗ^人)

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In the evening we went to Ayer Itam for tea time before heading to Kek Lok Si temple. I wanted to see the thousands of lanterns being lighted up since they only do so for 15 days or 1 month(I’m not quite sure) every year during CNY.

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This is Kek Lok Si~! Well, just a small part of it.

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Moi and kois!

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So many different koi fishes~

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The tallest Kuan Yin_Goddess of Mercy_statue in Southest Asia! Last time I blogged about it, most of the pillars were still under construction.

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Piles of amulets for sale~

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Photos before the lanterns were lighted up~

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So many lanterns!

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Behold~! This is how the temple looked like with all the lanterns and LED lights lighted up about 7.30pm-8.00pm.

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There’re even LED lights on the potted plants~!

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And lastly, a close up shot of the Kek Lok Si pagoda ( ´ ▽ ` )

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