‪Huguo Grain Official Temple‬

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David B
‪Rayong‬, تايلاند9,813 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • ديسمبر 2015
‪Huguo Grain Oficial Temple is one of the 12 official historic sites included in the price of your 300 Yuan ticket for daily entry to Xitang Old Town.

But it get gets confusing because it is known my other names, including the "State guarding and grain-transporting official temple", "Huguo Suiliang Wangiao" in Chinese, and Lord Seven's Temple.

The original temple dates back to the Ming Dynasty and is dedicated to a local official, Qi Laoye, known as "Lord Seven", because he was the seventh son born to his family. The temple was built in his honour because of his work in alleviating distress of the poor during a severe famine.

The original temple was burnt down during the Cultural Revolution and later rebuilt at the same spot, which has been a site of veneration for hundreds of years.

The temple is well worth a visit, but beware of fortune tellers sitting at small tables in the temple. A temple attendant will take you over and the seer will tell your fortune (in Chinese, so it is totally incomprehensible), then demand a donation. I offered 10 Yuan and my fortune teller rudely thumped a receipt book showing donations of up to 100 and 200 Yuan.

I stood my ground, put 10 Yuan in the offertory box and left.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 ديسمبر 2015
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