Compared to the other temples I've been to, I found this one to be particularly meaningful, largely because of their work with coffins. A Thai friend brought me here and took me through the whole process of accumulating merit by sponsoring coffins, and then praying through the 20 joss sticks in the altar hall next door. The coffins are for the less privileged whose family cannot afford the coffin when they pass, and largely also for the homeless poor who die alone. The temple buildings themselves were also beautiful (can't compare to the big name temples, but still nice). They keep cows here too, apparently to be sacrificed later on. The temple is less crowded than others, and you'll see more locals than foreigners, which is a refreshing change.
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