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Taken in September of 2014 in Bangkok
Tucked away in the back alleys of Bangkok’s Chinatown, Leng Buai Ia is believed to be Thailand’s oldest Chinese shrine. It dates back to 1658. Chinese businessmen would come here to pray for prosperity.
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