Memory by Angelin
Akdeniz Mahallesi, Necati Bey Blv., 35210 Konak/İzmir, Turkey
2 months ago
Within Sai Kung Town, some of the biggest tributes to Chinese culture are the vibrantly lit temples scattered between car parks and little shops. During the Tin Hau Festival in April, you may be lucky to come across a makeshift stage to see a Cantonese opera show. When entering a temple, pay your respects to the locals and abide by the rules. Don’t step on the wooden threshold!
8 months ago
The very first Roman Catholic church in Korea. If you're going just to see it, I suggest maybe visiting on a weekday. They close the church to sightseers during mass times on Sundays, which is practically almost ever hour. PSA—if you're late for the 9am English mass, you can't get in anymore, so be early!!! Or actually, there might be a way to go in but we didn't try hard enough.
8 months ago
Beautiful temple complex. I wish I had more time to explore the area. I originally wanted to book a temple stay here, but they only held the one-day ones on Thursdays, and they cancelled the one on the week were in Seoul for an event. Definitely coming back for that one though. Check out the gift shop before you go. They have great Buddhist-related stuff, like lucky bracelets. (I got one and I wear it everyday.)
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