Che Kung Temple Che Kung Mew Temple or Kang Kung Temple as Thai people call it. This temple is known as another temple that Sai Mu must visit. Popular people go to ask for blessings from the Che Kung God and turn the windmill to bring good things into life. and beat the drums for good fortune Inside the temple, Kangkan amulets are sold. Most people like to buy it as a good luck charm.
Lucky Wind Turbine to enhance prosperity on 4 sides
- travel side Wherever you go, be safe.
- health, good health, longevity
- Fortune, luck, money flowing in
- side of hope Whatever you wish for, your wish will be fulfilled in all respects.
How to get there
MTR Blue Line Tai Wai Station Exit B or you can get off at Che Kung Temple Station (this temple is not next to the MTR station, you have to walk for a while, but it’s not far enough to walk easily)
Paying homage to the Che Kung God
The temple has a set for paying homage to the Che Kung god. 1 set of incense sticks, 3 red dragon incense sticks, 1 small stick incense stick and paper to pay homage to you
After purchasing the incense sticks, you can hand this set of incense sticks to the staff to help you light them. While waiting to bring the paper to pay homage to the gods that you have received, write your name, surname, date of birth, and blessings or wishes on the paper and receive the incense with the staff.
How to pay homage to the gods of heaven and earth
- Let us turn outside the temple, say our first name, say our last name, and pay respect three times.
- Turn inside, pay respects 3 times and place all 3 dragon incense sticks in the middle pot.
- Bring 3 incense sticks to pay homage to the gods.
- Bring small incense sticks facing the temple. Pay respect and say your name last name again Place 3 small incense sticks, 3 in each pot.
- Separate 3 small joss sticks to stick inside, the rest is a big bundle. Plant all outdoor pots. before going inside to ask for blessings from Lord Che Kung
How to pay respect to Che Kung God
Stand and pay homage with 3 incense sticks and a piece of paper to pay homage to the gods. Make a wish and ask for blessings, then place all 3 incense sticks.
Then turn the lucky windmill. There are two sides. Can be left or right, rotate 3 times and hit the drum 3 times for the paper to pay respect to the gods put it in the cart There is a point to put in the front area.
For amulets if bought in the temple to be brought to the ceremony at the inner Che Kung Mew god You can tell the staff. They will do a ceremony for you. For Wat Khang, if you can wake up early I recommend going in the morning. There are no people at all. The staff guides every step of the way. Thai style.
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